Dutch tiny home designer Danieel Venneman unveils his latest design, the Porta Palace. This 194-square-foot moden home on wheels boasts two floor-to-ceiling glass facades, making the interior feel bright and roomy. The main living area consists of a glass wall that opens outward on hinges to create a wide-open space, while a boxy protruding window on the other side floods the kitchen and elevated sleeping area with natural light. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
“The tiny home showcases what Venneman calls ‘bio-based construction’. It was produced in Venneman’s workshop using timber-frame construction clad with treated wood that will allow the exterior to weather naturally. A steel roof and the glass used in the home are 100 percent recyclable. Glas has plans to add solar panels which will be able to provide enough electricity to power the home’s LED lights, the small fridge and the dry toilet ventilator,” reports Inhabitat.