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This tiny house — the L41 House — has been sneaking around the internet over the past few months.  It was on display at the Vancouver Olympics and visitors seemed to take a liking to the 220-square-foot beauty.  Designed by Michael Katz and Janet Corne, L41 House is small, energy efficient, and sacrifices nothing but extraneous space.

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Other than the studio pictured, L41 can be stacked and is available in other sizes, including a 290-square-foot, one-bedroom model and a 360-square-foot, two-bedroom model.  If you’re in a place that allows accessory dwelling units or laneway housing, just about any model might work.

Green elements include triple-glazed windows, energy efficient appliances, LED lighting, solar heating, heat recovery, and a plush green roof.

Of note, the home is made with beetle-killed, cross-laminated timber that is, according to the L41 website, abundantly available and “non-toxic, strong, lightweight, flexible, [and] affordable.

Inevitably, you’re wondering how much a home like this costs.  The Tyee looked into pricing and learned the ultimate goal is to have these produced in bulk for about $50,000 each, fully equipped.

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[+] Read more about the All for One L41 Home.

Media credits: l41; noticed at The Tiny Life.