BUILDING AN ECO-FRIENDLY TINY HOUSE FOR OFF-THE-GRID LIVING


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This modern tiny house is being build in the Netherlands. It's a unique design made by young architects with a nordic twist. Everything is made from eco-friendly materials like sheep wool.

The house is half-done, and you can see how the sheep wool is being used for insulating the walls, and you can see the cute little wood burning stowe.

It has big skylight windows, to let the light in and next to the sleeping loft you find a window that opens up to the outside, without taking up room inside the house.

Marjolein lives in the Netherlands.

She is building this super cute tiny house on wheels in a very short time. She was already half-finished by the time we visited her, and now that we post this she is done and actually live in the house!

She showed us the half-finished house, and it was nice to be able to get a glimpse of the building process. We talked about the lifestyle, the design of the house and why she has decided to live in a little house on wheels.

See the half-finished tiny house and hear Marjoleins story

The house is very unique.

The design is made especially for this build by three young Dutch architects, who just finished their education and started their own design studio to design this house.

The design is made especially for this build by three young Dutch architects, who just finished their education and started their own design studio to design this house.

The walls are stuffed with sheep wool for insulation. It’s a great natural material for insulation, and it’s eco-friendly like the rest of the house.

Here you can see the sheep wool:

And the wooden fiber boards to cover the wool:

It’s a great natural material for insulation, and it’seco-friendly like the rest of the house. Very effective, and often used ineco-friendly projects like this one.

Here you can see the side of the house half covered:

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