I think the wave of the future should be all about downsizing and reducing our dependency on goods and services that are both renewable and non-renewable. Here is my version of a Tiny Home.
Built on an 8' wide platform, this cabin can be moved with a full sized pickup truck.
Built for shows and parades, this cabin has a loft that a person can stand up in - a feature that I'm proud to say I created for the industry.
It is small with a square footage of 240 on the lower level and roughly 100 in the loft.
The bathroom is large with a plenty of space to move around. It even has a 36" shower. The cabin has large holding tanks in the floor cavity as well as a 40 gallon fresh water tank. High quality on demand water heater, propane fridge in addition to a propane range and oven. Even has a microhood.
Large windows with blinds offer great views. I put a solar panel on the roof and there is an inverter charger and batteries for times when there is no shore power available.
Cedar siding on the exterior in addition to a metal roof, will make this cabin last a very long time.