Tiny House With Five South-Facing Rooftop Solar Panels

The large entrance is positioned opposite to the open kitchen area

The door shutters can be closed but still let some of the light through

The large glass doors and wood shutters can open up to connect the interior to an outdoor deck

This tiny house has two sleeping areas, one of which is a loft bedroom

The other sleeping area is a cozy window nook next to the work station

Open shelves add storage without making the small interior feel cluttered

This tiny house has a full bathroom with an open walk-in shower

The roof is covered in solar panels which provide all the energy this tiny house needs

The large curved window lets lots of light into the loft and reveals a panoramic view

The walls, doors and windows are insulated using expanded cork boards, solid plywood and tempered glass