This tiny house is a traveling bookshop! Built by La Maison Qui Chemine in France, the tiny house operates as a bookshop and home to the owner, Jean-Jacques.
The 5.4m (~17.5′) tiny house was built to hold over 700 pounds of books so Jean-Jacques could roam between small villages, bringing books to places that don’t have a bookstore.
The stylish exterior combines thermo-treated poplar and metal in an artistic design. Inside, they used natural fir and pine plywood for a bright reading space. The ladder provides access to the bedroom loft as well as books on the upper shelves.
There is a simple kitchen and bathroom under the bedroom loft, tucked away from the main bookstore space.
In the main area is a built-in desk and large seating area so people can gather around during storytelling time.
Also available from La Maison Qui Chemine: Flore.
Images © La Maison Qui Chemine