Z-Glass House, 400 sf of Green Modern

The Z-Glass Home

You’ve probably heard of the Tumbleweed Tiny House Company … their houses have been featured in Time, Domino, USA Today, and the New York Times, to name a few publications.  The home pictured above is different from their other homes, which have that traditional, A-frame-esque shape.  All Tumbleweed homes are sufficiently small, but this home is modern.  It’s 400 sf of green modern.  The Z-Glass House is a stationary house, meant to be affixed to a foundation.  You buy the plans and find a contractor to build it for you (with costs ranging in the $100 – $200 psf range).  Or you can build it yourself.  Check the layout, too.  Such a great looking home, with a kitchen, bedroom, living room, and bathroom, what else do you need?  Add a little solar on the roof, or maybe even a Skystream, and call it done.


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  • http://www.diningdivatour.blogspot.com Teri Davis Newman

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  • Clovischiro

    I love your concept and own a property in southern ca to which your home is suited. contact me @ clovischiro@yahoo.com 

  • Anonymous

    Is it possible to place one of these models on top of another?

  • Jasmaria

    I really like these homes, I would definitely lean towards this plan over the others.  The only thing I would definitely want to change is the entrance for the bathroom only looks to be accessible through the kitchen…unappetizing…

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