The Holz Hisla is a charming tiny house that draws architectural inspiration from the Alsace region of northeastern France. Built by Baluchon, the tiny home has a roofline and exterior typical of this region. Holz Hisla is Alsatian for “little wooden house.”
The exterior is clad in cedar siding with charred Douglas Fir trim. The metal roof has croupettes at each end and a chimney for the wood burning stove. A covered porch offers a small bench/chest to enjoy the scenery.
Inside the 6-meter (~20-foot) tiny home are solid spruce floors, natural spruce walls, and stained spruce window and door trim.
The living room has a two-seater sofa and wall-mounted wood stove. Above the room is a storage loft with ladder access.
The kitchen includes hollow clay blocks to keep wine bottles cool, a sink, an under counter refrigerator, and a full size gas range.
Across from the kitchen is a long storage space and wardrobe. The storage area has a drop down table with two sections so it can accommodate up to four people. The table and kitchen counter are both made from solid oak.
The bedroom loft is located above the bathroom and kitchen areas.
The bathroom has an 80x80cm shower, dry toilet with stainless steel bucket and chips compartment, and shelving.
For more information about the Holz Hisla, please contact Baluchon.
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