This Rustic 96-Square-Foot Tiny House Is For Sale
Calling all nature-loving types: here’s an opportunity to combine your love for Mother Nature and pastoral places under one rustic roof. Surely, you’ve already picked out your dreamiest outdoorsy city to live in, so why not round out the nature-friendly lifestyle with a cozy, remote space of your own? This simple yet stylish 96-square-foot pavilion fits the bill, and even better it’s up for sale.
The tiny dwelling could be transformed into a living space, office, or peaceful weekend retreat. Built in 2008 by Danish architect Anders Hermansen as a “moveable piece of art” that predates the current tiny house movement, the pavilion blends in with the natural surroundings, its glass and aged wooden frame acting as a barely-there partition between the indoors and nature.
The pavilion is a single room that’s perched atop a set of wooden beds that were sourced from a construction site in Copenhagen’s South Harbour. One of the structure’s walls doubles as an entryway made of a pair of doors that swing open to expose its raw timber-laden interior, which makes sense considering the fact that wooden walls are a part of the Danish design aesthetic. Additionally, the pavilion has built-in storage space, spots for hanging tools and a small workspace.
Owner Adam Schnack is asking $38,000 for the tiny space. Currently located near Denmark’s largest film studio in Værløse Flyvestation, the pavilion can be loaded onto a flatbed truck and moved if necessary.
Throughout his career, Hermansen has made major strides in the industrial design and furniture architecture industries. He’s known for his innovative handmade wiresketch furniture and has partnered with Engelbrechts Furniture and LG Electronics, among others.