Architects Lance Cayko and Alex Gore set out to design a tiny house that would allow the occupants to connect with nature. With its full window wall and huge fold down deck, they hit their mark with Atlas.
Along with the impressive window wall are solar panels and a rain catchment system. Rain is collected on the roof, filtered, and then stored in the belly of the tiny house.
Inside the tiny house is a queen size bedroom loft and a futon that sleeps two. The kitchen has a half fridge, single-burner induction cooktop, and pantry.
Atlas was featured on HGTV’s Tiny House, Big Living and the follow-up episode of How Are They Now!
For more information you can visit the Atlas website.
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