The company Esk’et Tiny House recently finished one of the most unique tiny homes we’ve seen in a while. At 280-sqaure-feet it’s larger than we’re used to seeing and the way the achieved such spaciousness is by employing a number of unique solutions. This house is called the Esk’et Sqlelten tiny house and it is the first one produced by the company.
Inside, the home is completely modern. The layout features a double height space with a kitchen in the center. There is lots of counter space, and the kitchen is equipped with a sink, stove, oven and fridge. To one side of the kitchen there is a spacious bathroom, with a good-sized shower, and a cleverly placed in-wall storage cabinet, which is tucked behind the shower.
The living area is located on the other side of the kitchen and is spacious enough for a sofa and the metallic fireplace, which is propane powered. This fireplace, coupled with excellent insulation, is enough to keep the home warm during the cold Canadian winters.
The house also features two lofts. One of them is the main sleeping area, and can be reached by unique cross between a spiraling staircase and ladder. This area is big enough for a generous sized bed, and there is also ample headroom. The second loft is accessible by a more traditional ladder. There are also large windows installed throughout the home, which let in plenty of natural light and offer great ventilation.
The generous headroom in the lofts is achieved by a very cleverly designed roof, which is curved. This also gives the home a softer appearance. The house is made primarily of wood, some of which is treated using the shou sugi ban method of wood preservation. The house rests atop a 20-foot trailer, so it can easily be transported to anywhere.