Minim's living area and kitchen are quite spacious making it well suited for entertaining and living comfortably.
From an environmental standpoint, its' thick SIPs walls will shield inhabitants from inclement weather efficiently. The Minim is also set up for solar and rain water catchment, making it an ideal choice for those who truly want to minimize their environmental footprint.
The Minim House tiny house is the only micro house to win three American Institute of Architects design awards and with good reason; several unique design features makes this home a stand out in the field. Brian Levy's tiny home allows one table top to be moved and serve four separate roles: coffee table, dining table for 6, extra kitchen counter space/bar, and home office desk.
Table in dining position
Table in coffee table position
Table in home office position
Table in kitchen workspace/bar position
At 11' wide x 22'5", the Minim tiny house is a wide load tiny house, affording much more living space and comfort than an 8'6" tiny. The kitchen and living areas are extremely spacious, allowing for gatherings with several friends. And with ground floor living, if you don't want to crawl in and out of a loft, this may just be your dream home!
The window shade doubles as a film screen!
The plans for the Minim tiny house are complete and beautifully put together. This is a design which has been engineered, which should bring peace of mind to anyone who builds it. This is also a home which has been built many times over, so a truly tried and true design.
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