For 18 months, outdoor enthusiasts and engineers Tina and Luke Orlando designed and redesigned the perfect tiny house to fit their needs. The result was Basecamp, a 204-square-foot tiny house with a large rooftop deck, lots of storage for their outdoor gear, and accommodations for their dogs. The house uses locally sourced redwood, poplar, mahogany, black walnut, pine, maple, and cedar.
The L-shaped seating area in the living room pulls out into a double bed for their guests. The galley kitchen features live edge wooden counters and a unique mountain-shaped backsplash.
Basecamp was built using an off-grid design that includes solar power, rainwater harvesting, and a composting toilet.
Tina and Luke now live in the foothills of Mt. Hood, Oregon where they have easy access to the outdoor activities they love. You can view their website at Backcountry Tiny Homes.
Also available from Backcountry Tiny Homes: Juniper.
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