Programme website: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04j2kt9 Presenters Kieran Long & Piers Taylor revisit Abigail and Christian’s house to see whether the low cost extension fulfils the needs of the family.
This 3-minute time lapse shows the construction of a SuperAdobe earthbag tiny house built in the community where we lived while filming the feature-length documentary A Simpler Way: Crisis as Opportunity.
This Tiny House was built in a weekend for clients in Middlesex VT. The participants of the workshop learned the tools, techniques to build a small wood framed house and the client received a tiny house with 95% of the structural work complete. These workshop are run by Peter King @ www.vermonttinyhouses.com
This video shows the Framing process from start to finish of the Gable End Wall in my Tiny House in the loft side of the house. I just did a video making tongue and Groove flooring for the loft, so this is sort of a part two of sorts. This video gets you most of the way through the process, the finale will be posted soon, or perhaps is already posted depending on when your watching this. Be sure to check my videos to see if it’s up! If you are interested in the video and ones like it, please subscribe, give the video a thumbs up and let me know you’d like to see more in the comments.
Here’s links to the other videos-
Making heavy duty Tongue and groove flooring for the loft- http://youtu.be/7PLL-ejIN3E
Tiny house stained glass windows- http://youtu.be/uMaL2TcHD7Y
Homemade Exterior Wood Door w/ carved cherry panels- http://youtu.be/jWSa2l22BJk
And for future reference, here’s the link to my Tiny House Build Play list where all the videos will be grouped. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7PLL-ejIN3E&list=PLnemozQ8Gg10w6xOtHpX-v1adFgN1s6E_
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I put a lot of thought into the floorplan I wanted for my tiny house . I was selecting from the floorplans that were available from the Tumbleweed Tiny House company, and I gave a lot of thought to the floorplan I wanted in terms of my use of space. I even experimented with the size of the house by taping off areas of my apartment before I selected the one I wanted.
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The Unknown Craftsmen is the creative outlet for master craftsmen, builders, and artists Nick and Aaron Troisi. A true family business, the father-and-son team collaborate on a wide range of unique projects including this Old-Timey Gypsy Caravan tiny house on wheels.
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Abel Zyl, a master tiny house builder, found his passion for carpentry at a very young age. By the time Abel was in college, he was building his own self-designed boat!
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Eventually, Abel repurposed the materials from his boat project and collected a variety of reclaimed items to build his very first tiny house . He lived in the “Azavela,” which means “Blue Wind,” for a short time with his young daughter. Not long after, he began building handcrafted tiny homes for other people.
“Zyl Vardos,” Abel’s tiny house company, has been in business for five years. During that time Abel and his crew have constructed over a dozen tiny homes, each thriving with character. His now famous designs are given whimsical names, such as: the Little Bird, the Ark, the Fortune Cookie, and the Dewdrop.
Over the years, Abel has developed an artistic trademark. Each of his homes feature a fairy-like curved roofed and almost all of them have a “Zyl Moon Window.” Abel builds with they help of several carpenters and a clever CNC router, located in his workshop on a farm in Olympia, Washington.
In this video, Abel takes us through his open air workshop. It’s wonderful to see the tiny house build process from a small business/family man perspective. Abel also takes us on a tour of three of his masterpieces, including his first tiny home, which holds a special place in his heart.
To see more of Abel’s work, visit the Zyl Vardos website: http://www.zylvardos.com
This film shows a wooden holiday house construction, which in reality took 4h to raise. NEW! https://youtu.be/KEodO5i8xhk and http://youtu.be/Q990KwHxbXU See the ready hut here: https://youtu.be/EUFoXhE1Y1I ; http://youtu.be/h5hTwb3uMpQ and http://youtu.be/ktLFRlwKjlI A luxury log cabin may be seen here:http://youtu.be/rJwtr42QVlc In this vid the crew started just after 7 A.M. and they finished right after 11 A.M. the same morning. The longest it took to level out the concrete foundation blocks. Foiling and insulation against heat loss as well as electrical installation took some more time but was worth it, esp. in colder climate. Sunset over the hut in 2015: https://youtu.be/0doXu6UkHaI See more interesting things on our channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/dzikieswinie