Built for violinist Asha Mevlana of The Trans-Siberian Orchestra, the Amplified Tiny House is a musician’s dream tiny house. The main house is 400-square-feet and built on a foundation, while the 160-square-foot mobile recording studio was built on a tiny house trailer. The studio is sound proof, has outdoor waterproof speakers, and was built to look like a giant amp! The huge composite deck creates the perfect performance space for Asha and local bands in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
The Amplified Tiny House was featured on Season 4, Episode 9 of Tiny House Nation and was a collaborative build between the THN team and Vickery Construction.
The exterior blends Brazilian Abaco hardwood and black corrugated metal siding, giving it a sleek, modern finish. Large glass garage doors on the main house and studio open the spaces onto the large deck.
Inside the tiny house is a large kitchen with white shaker style cabinets, black silestone counters, farmhouse sink, four burner range, white subway tile backsplash, and a dishwasher. The countertop extends across the front wall, providing a bar area that seats four people in front of windows.
One of Zack Giffin’s surprises was building a pot rack with a gear system made from bicycle parts, which raises and lowers the rack. He also made a chest that opens to reveal an editing studio with dual monitors.
For more information about the Amplified Tiny House, you can visit Asha Mevlana’s website.
The original tiny house was designed by Brian Crabb at VIVA Collectiv and photography credits go to Don Shreve.
Photos via VIVA Collectiv