The Innermost House, located in the coastal mountains of Northern California, has five distinct rooms—a kitchen, study, bathroom, sleeping loft, and living room—even though it's only 12 feet square. There's no electricity or power of other kind, so the owners heat the cabin, water, and cook their food all over the fire salvaged from their local orchard prunings. In the summer they cook over coals and wash with cold water, and they light their home with beeswax candles.
Innermost House belongs to Diana Lorence and was designed by Diana's husband, Michael Anthony Lorence. More photographs of Innermost House and stories of Diana's life in the woods may be seen by visiting her website, or see more amazing photos at Tiny House Blog.
[Via Tiny House Blog]