The little giants of the Tiny House Festival
Between mini houses and detached houses, there is another category: Tiny Giants. They will be on show at NEW HOUSING. But what exactly are the little giants anyway?
Exhibiting in the Tiny Giants Area of NEW HOUSING will be the Estonian exhibitor Kodasema and Morai from Allgäu. Kodasema has been building tiny houses since 2014 and with the KIDA Loft Extended has a 45.8 square metre tiny giant in its portfolio. The cottage even offers an extra room in the back of the house. It therefore offers more privacy than Tiny Houses, but is just as flexible and can be moved with the owner to another city or country if necessary.
Morai has been building Tiny Giants since the beginning of the year. Among other things, the company offers shed conntect. The minimal house has a living space of 45 square metres and a total area of 90 square metres. The three rooms are designed for two to six people. The property is an Efficiency House 54. Like the other Morai houses, shed connect impresses with sustainable materials and an efficient construction method.