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This design started off as a drawing on a piece of notebook paper illustrating ways to use roof design and window layout to create a home that heats and cools itself. The home’s design is centered around the clerestory roof angles while most tiny homes start with the size of the trailer. From the start little Wosho was geared for efficiency.
Does this fit on a trailer?
The past few weeks, we have processed SO MUCH pallet wood to use for exterior cladding. It will cover three sides of the house, while the fourth is clad in propanel material carried over from the roof. To get enough wood, we probably cut apart around 90 pallets total (thank god for that Ace Hardware with the mountain of broken pallets in the back!). And as if that’s not enough cutting, we then had to true the edges, so the processing time was lengthy. BUT this material is free and abundant, so we pushed through. Installation has been pretty straightforward, and we are really happy with how it’s turning out. Texture, color, depth — just as we expected!
We have been following this story since day one. Seriously fangirling here.👏👏👏
A 10’ x 10’ x 10’ vacation rental in France.