Built by Small Dwelling Company, Fiero offers a truly effortless, flexible design that would work beautifully for a wide range of people. Fiero is 30 feet long by 8 1/2 feet wide, with a generous loft (and space for a second loft to be added, if you choose). The design features a beautiful alternating shed roof, tons of custom storage, a fully-custom kitchen, a gorgeous staircase (with more storage of course!) with solid walnut treads that makes getting up into the loft easy and comfortable, and much more. Fiero is currently for sale, and will be available to view at Earth Day Texas on April 21-23, 2017 at Fair Park, Dallas, TX.
Morton Manor is a 24-foot long, custom-designed modern craftsman home. Special features include a dog-friendly custom storage staircase, abundant natural light, and a luxurious spa-like bathroom. Durable vinyl-plank flooring and a zero-threshold shower allow for effortless living. Morton Manor's exterior shell was delivered July 2017, and construction is under way! Stay tuned for in-progress photos.
Like its larger sibling, Tiny Øresund offers single-level living, full amenities, and tons of natural light. And now it’s easy to tow!
Tiny Øresund Facts:
- 221 sq. ft.
- 8'6" by 26'3" footprint
- IKEA kitchen is easily customized, DIY friendly and available for purchase around the world.
- Fisher & Paykel DishDrawer Dishwasher
- Non-lofted sleeping nook fits a Queen-sized bed
- Spacious bathroom with a 36”x42” shower
- Build in sofa converts to dining nook
- Massive windows lend an open, airy feel and let in tons of natural light
Little Blue (Future Project)
The Øresund series (Pronounced OR-eh-sund) is named after a famous bridge that connects the cities of Malmö, Sweden and Copenhagen, Denmark.
Øresund 1 is a single-module unit offering roughly 428 sq. ft. of living space. Mid-Century and Scandinavian design converge to offer a comfortable, flexible space that is filled with natural light. Luxe finishes and residential amenities make you forget that you are in a house that is less than 1/6th the size of the average American home.
- 11'6" wide by 37' long
- 1 Bedroom/1 Bathroom
- Modern, professional kitchen w/ high-end appliances and quartz countertops
- Comfortable dining/relaxing nook
- HUGE wrap-around windows
- Expanding pull-out desk
- Dual sinks in bathroom
- Oversized frameless glass shower
- Full-sized washer and dryer
- LED lighting
- Reclaimed wood accent walls
- 13'6" height allows the home to be easily transported
Øresund 9 (Concept)
Designed with growing families in mind, Øresund 9 is a shining example that small houses truly can live large. At under 1,000 square feet, this two bedroom, two bath house offers soaring ceilings, two built-in office spaces, abundant storage, a massive, multi-level loft, covered parking for two vehicles, and all the comforts and amenities a modern family needs. The only thing missing is wasted space.
Beach Tower (Concept)
The tiny house that started it all…Eight years ago, I read an article in the New York Times about Tiny Houses. I was so enamored by the thought of these cozy spaces that I immediately searched the web for more. At that time, the Tiny House Movement was in its infancy - there were no TV shows, no tiny house communities, no builders churning out tiny homes by the dozen. There existed only a small handful of amateur websites and an even smaller handful of people who had actually built these homes.
That very day I sat down with a pencil and an old sheet of graph paper and sketched out the floor plan for what would later become The Beach Tower. I had no access to the sophisticated 3D design software I have today, so floor plans, elevations, renderings and the like were all done by hand (it didn’t take long!)
The Beach Tower, while only a concept, is my place of serenity. It is a home that allows you to be sheltered from the elements, while remaining utterly open to nature. Having experienced Mies van der Rohe’s Farnsworth House in Plano, IL, I cannot describe the ethereal feeling that is created when a dwelling is connected to nature through a facade that is composed almost entirely of glass. When daylight is not filtered and restricted through tiny apertures in a wall, it transforms a room into something else entirely.