The Wedge Cabin is designed by ‘tiny house’ company from Jackson Hole, Wyoming that offers several different beautiful styles of cabins on wheels. The cabin is built with an emphasis on space management and durability offering ceiling heights soaring to 17’ and ceiling windows let in light while maintaining privacy. Built with wood and equipped with high-end fixtures, the Wedge Cabin offers one bedroom, a bathroom, a kitchen/living room and a private deck. The bedroom is large enough for a king size bed and the kitchen/living room is also big enough for a sofa sleeper for guests. Its L-shaped mini-kitchen offers you all you need from a kitchen: a two-burner cook top, under counter refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher, sink, granite counter top and high-grade cabinetry. The bathroom maximizes space and function and features a top of the line glass shower. If you like those wheels house, you can get it from Wheelhaus at base prices from $82,000 to $96,500 with delivery available throughout the United States. Compared with ordinary house, it is quite cheaper and if you are those people who likes travel a lot by wheel, it might be a good option to have quality life on wheel.
Designed by Barcelona-based design studio In-tenta, DROP XL is a large version of the organically-shaped removable hotel room, which can be placed wherever the heart desires and the land permits. Due to its ECO design, it can be placed in a natural spot, and easily removed without any ecological damage as a consequence of its presence.
Designed by Portland based company Shelter Wise, Salsa Box is a 96 sq. ft. instant cabin designed to be an efficient, durable and budget-friendly Tiny Home which can easily be attached to any trailer hook. This cozy, compact cabin features nice kitchen, a queen sized bed, bath/shower combo setup, a flushing toilet and lots of creative nooks and crannies for storage. The windows and skylight built into the structure provide plenty of natural light. Moreover, it comes with a full 30 Amp RV hookup and RV water connection, with a price tag under $25,000, it seems like an affordable option if you want to have a compact home on wheel.
Created by East Sussex-based architecture and construction firm Blue Forest, the eco-PERCH concept is assembled with natural materials and can be implemented within 5 days. It’s natural, organic geometry maximizes the relationship between the inside space and the outdoor setting, ensuring the structure sits harmoniously within the landscape. Contained within a 6 meter by 8 meter footprint, the combined kitchen, dining, living area and bedroom may comfortably accommodate four people. wrapped with a continuous roof surface, its oval sectional geometry visually connects with the outdoor scenery through windows and a veranda formed with a deep eave. With options to assemble your building on the ground or in the treetops there are infinite possibilities for creating accommodation with a difference. Just think, it will also be lovely to have a place like that as office in the back yard. What do you think? [source]