Plús Hús is an Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) developed by award-winning design firm, Minarc. California's recent regulatory changes now allow homeowners to more easily add accessory dwellings to their property. Plús Hús - Icelandic for 'Plus House' and pronounced like "couscous" - minimizes time, waste and noise associated with traditional...
Featured Tiny House Builders
2019 Tiny Footprint House Builder Exhibitors--thank you all for opening your beautiful tiny homes for tours at our event. We know each one is a labor of love--we congratulate you on your achievements!
"We have just completed building the basic prototype of the first namu.haus! It is a studio apartment, for one person or a couple. it can be moved to where it is needed and it provides a comfortable home for its inhabitants. Come take a look and tell us what you think!"
Simple Homes Simple Living, based in San Luis Obispo CA crafts tiny homes with innovative, functional designs and fine materials, creating a living space tailored to the owner's lifestyle. One of their models was on the Rotary Homes of Distinction Tour in September 2019. This home is the first authorized tiny home on wheels to be installed by a...
Efficient Homes builds modern prefab homes. Their innovative design allows for a luxurious living experience, and at an affordable price. Homes can either be placed on a foundation as a permanent residence, or on a trailer chassis, making them perfect to take off-grid.
Based on California's central coast, this tiny house builder utilizes unique space-expanding slideouts to add width to the space once it is parked, making them a very livable, comfortable option.
Modular Lifestyles has a range of tiny homes and park models to suit different needs--from an accessible ADA backyard home, to a smaller very towable unit, and tiny homes designed for sharing to make it even more affordable, they are responding to market needs as they change with very efficient, cost-effective housing options.
Swoop Tiny Homes: "Each tiny home we build utilizes a unique combination of wood and steel. We custom make each home to your specification so you can get exactly what you are looking for in size, amenities and cost. We've been featured on the DIY Network show Tiny House Big Living. If you watch that episode you will notice that...
Tiny house builders Lindsay and Eric Wood started Experience Tiny Homes to help other DIY tiny home builders learn from their hard experience. "After our Tiny Home builder went bust on us in the middle of our build, we were faced with finishing our tiny home on our own. After a year and a half process, we learned what...
Based in Georgia, the adventurous couple behind Cozy Rollers Tiny Homes has been living in their expo model for four months, driving the American west to tiny house festivals with their four-legged mascot. Come meet them and ask how they like life on the road in their cool tiny home!
Tiny House Tool's owners believe that tiny house living can be a tool to free people from the burden of excessive housing costs. Their efficient, small homes are crafted with care and love, with an eye to the budget, to provide maximum value for your housing dollar.
Hope's Village of SLO
With community support and involvement, we are dedicated to establishing a safe, healthy, and drug-free village where veterans and other people who are homeless with little or no income can live in dignity and in peace, where their voices will be heard, and where they will have hope in their hearts for a brighter future.
Operation WEBS--Women Empowered Build Strong
Our mission is to build tiny homes on wheels (THOWs) and develop a Farming Village Community for women Veterans who are displaced or homeless. Our vision is to deliver a self-sustaining, eco-friendly, vibrant farming community which offers the empowerment, enrichment, independence, comradery, and security that our Veteran heroines deserve and desperately need to aid in their successful transition back to a comfortable level of civilian normalcy after military service.
Canvas Houses are state-of-the-art tension fabric structures that are affordable, easily deployable, and fully furnished. The goal is for these structures is to be administered by metropolitan areas and serve as temporary housing for the homeless.
These temporary housing kits can find a home almost anywhere and can adapt to almost any type of environment, thus making it a viable solution for those in need of minimalist housing.