On a personal crusade to create an alternative for sustainable living, Jonathan Avery of Tiny House Scotland developed a moveable modular eco-house named the NestHouse. Built for full time micro-living, the NestHouse incorporates Passivhaus methodologies and has a highly insulated shell consisting of 10″ (25cm) walls, roof, and floor.
Jonathan used a mix of pastel colors and natural woods inside the tiny house, which provide a bright, relaxing environment. In the living area is a wood-burning stove, full size couch, and a roll-out desk. The bedroom loft is accessed by stairs that are tucked away from the main living area.
The NestHouse comes in several sizes, ranging from 109-square-feet (10.1m2) to 300-square-feet (27.9m2). The model shown below is a medium NestHouse, which totals 275-square-feet (25m2) and is 11′ wide (3.4m) by 25′ long (7.6m).
Jonathan has in-depth information about the NestHouse on his website, Tiny House Scotland.
Also available from Tiny House Scotland: NestPod.
Images © Jonathan Avery Tiny House Scotland