Tiny Houses

Compact tiny house sleeps six, at a pinch

Compact tiny house sleeps six,...
The Ibiza can run off-the-grid with solar power, but at extra cost
The Ibiza can run off-the-grid with solar power, but at extra cost
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The Ibiza's kitchen includes a breakfast bar, pull-out cutting board, sink, and cooker (the fridge is stowed away nearby under the stairs)
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The Ibiza's kitchen includes a breakfast bar, pull-out cutting board, sink, and cooker (the fridge is stowed away nearby under the stairs)
The Ibiza measures 20 ft (6 m)-long
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The Ibiza measures 20 ft (6 m)-long
The Ibiza can run off-the-grid with solar power, but at extra cost
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The Ibiza can run off-the-grid with solar power, but at extra cost
The Ibiza is clad in knotty pine tongue and groove
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The Ibiza is clad in knotty pine tongue and groove
The Ibiza is being marketed as Tiny Innovations' affordable model and starts at US$59,000
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The Ibiza is being marketed as Tiny Innovations' affordable model and starts at US$59,000
The Ibiza has quite a bit of storage space considering its size
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The Ibiza has quite a bit of storage space considering its size
View towards the Ibiza's kitchen and bathroom
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View towards the Ibiza's kitchen and bathroom
The Ibiza's storage-integrated staircase
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The Ibiza's storage-integrated staircase
The Ibiza's loft bedroom
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The Ibiza's loft bedroom
Another shot of the Ibiza's loft bedroom, showing the integrated storage space
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Another shot of the Ibiza's loft bedroom, showing the integrated storage space
The Ibiza's loft bedroom bedroom is topped by skylights
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The Ibiza's loft bedroom bedroom is topped by skylights
The Ibiza's shower
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The Ibiza's shower
Top-down view of the Ibiza's living room 
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Top-down view of the Ibiza's living room 

Tiny Innovations recently revealed its newest tiny house, the Ibiza. The compact dwelling measures just 20 ft (6 m)-long, but can squeeze a maximum of six people inside. It can also, optionally, run fully off-the-grid with a solar panel setup.

The Ibiza is being marketed as Gresham, Oregon-based Tiny Innovations' most affordable model and starts at US$59,000. The design is correspondingly simple, both inside and out, and the towable home is clad in tight knot cedar lap siding and insulated with closed cell spray foam. It's based on a double-axle trailer.

Visitors enter into a living room with sofa/bed and quite a bit of storage space. A staircase with integrated storage and a fridge stored beneath is nearby. The kitchen includes a breakfast bar, a handy pull-out cutting board, a sink with removable chopping board cover and a three-burner oven.

At the far-end of the home lies a snug bathroom with toilet, shower, and a sink.

View towards the Ibiza's kitchen and bathroom
View towards the Ibiza's kitchen and bathroom

There are two lofts in the Ibiza. The first serves as the main bedroom and is accessed by the staircase. It contains a double bed and some storage space. The second is reached by ladder and mainly intended for storage, but can alternatively sleep up to two people.

Counting the sofa and the two lofts, Tiny Innovations says that sleeping two to four people is ideal, but six is doable – indeed, shoehorning six people under this small roof seems like it would be best for short stays only.

Those wanting to cut the cord can do so with an optional off-grid setup (at an additional cost) that includes a roof-based solar panel array and battery storage, propane-powered fridge and cooker, and either a composting or incinerating toilet.

Source: Tiny Innovations

2 comments
chonoithathanoi
thanks for share, i like it
Fairly Reasoner
There you go again: a "compact tiny" house.