Tiny Houses

Tiny House Nano makes other tiny houses look large

Tiny House Nano makes other ti...
Tiny House Nano is used as a vacation home
Tiny House Nano is used as a vacation home
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Tiny House Nano is based on a single-axle trailer
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Tiny House Nano is based on a single-axle trailer
Tiny House Nano features a storage-integrated sofa bed
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Tiny House Nano features a storage-integrated sofa bed
Tiny House Nano is used as a vacation home
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Tiny House Nano is used as a vacation home
Tiny House Nano is clad in red cedar, with aluminum accenting
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Tiny House Nano is clad in red cedar, with aluminum accenting
Tiny House Nano measures just 3.3 m (10.8 ft) in length
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Tiny House Nano measures just 3.3 m (10.8 ft) in length
Tiny House Nano's interior is pretty small but does sleep up to three people at a squeeze
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Tiny House Nano's interior is pretty small but does sleep up to three people at a squeeze
Tiny House Nano's main living area features a large porthole-style window
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Tiny House Nano's main living area features a large porthole-style window
Tiny House Nano includes a small desk area
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Tiny House Nano includes a small desk area
Tiny House Nano's storage-integrated sofa turns into a double bed
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Tiny House Nano's storage-integrated sofa turns into a double bed
Tiny House Nano's bathroom is basic and small
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Tiny House Nano's bathroom is basic and small
Tiny House Nano features generous glazing
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Tiny House Nano features generous glazing
Tiny House Nano features a small secondary sleeping area
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Tiny House Nano features a small secondary sleeping area
A wall-mounted ladder leads to the Tiny House Nano's secondary sleeping area
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A wall-mounted ladder leads to the Tiny House Nano's secondary sleeping area
Tiny House Nano's bathroom is reached by sliding door
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Tiny House Nano's bathroom is reached by sliding door
Tiny House Nano's kitchenette includes a sink, two-burner stove, and fridge
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Tiny House Nano's kitchenette includes a sink, two-burner stove, and fridge
Tiny House Nano's sofa bed sleeps two
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Tiny House Nano's sofa bed sleeps two
Tiny House Nano's bathroom includes a shower
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Tiny House Nano's bathroom includes a shower
Tiny House Nano serves as a weekend retreat for a family on their fishing trips in Rhône-Alpes, southeast France
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Tiny House Nano serves as a weekend retreat for a family on their fishing trips in Rhône-Alpes, southeast France
Tiny House Nano's interior is very small
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Tiny House Nano's interior is very small
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We've covered a lot of tiny houses over the years but would be hard-pressed to find many as small as Baluchon's Tiny House Nano. The towable home measures a mere 3.3 m (10.8 ft) in length but can sleep up to three people.

To put the Tiny House Nano's size into perspective, Escape's compact Vista Boho is double the length and the very large Canada Goose is roughly four times longer. The home is based on a single-axle trailer and clad in cedar, with aluminum accenting. It features a spruce frame and its insulation is made up of cotton, linen, and hemp.

Visitors enter next to a small desk area which doubles up as a dining table and has seating for two. Nearby is a sofa bed with integrated storage that sleeps up to two people and next to this is a kitchenette. The kitchenette includes a two-burner stove, sink, and a small fridge, plus some cabinetry. A sliding door provides access to an adjacent bathroom which has a toilet and shower.

Tiny House Nano's interior is pretty small but does sleep up to three people at a squeeze
Tiny House Nano's interior is pretty small but does sleep up to three people at a squeeze

There's also a loft sleeping area in the Tiny House Nano, which is reached by a wall-mounted ladder. It looks pretty snug up there and seems best suited for a child. A net is installed for safety.

The Tiny House Nano serves as a weekend retreat for a family in Rhône-Alpes, southeast France. We've no word on the price of this one.

Source: Baluchon

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1 comment
Francis
This is a wknd camp trailer and not a "Tiny Home" as announced. However, it is a very nice Camp Trailer! Though it will not withstand the riggers of camp life, you can travel to an extended stay site. The tiny home fad is focused on a premouse that people can actually live is such a unit and it may satisfy a lack of housing. There are many points of interest to pay attention to. #1 Sewage, #2 Freshwater, #3 electrical service. All 3 fall under 'infrastructure!' I can picture a modular unit that could couple with another similar unit to house a community, though small, could satisfy the housing shortage. Camper should be left to the recreational crowd!