Want to live in a modular tiny house which you can customize to your heart’s delight? Consider ordering a tiny house assembly kit from The Backcountry Hut Company. There are two models available. One is the “Frontcountry Hut,” designed for urban living (see this post), and the other is the Backcountry Hut, designed for country living.
A “barn-raising” process can be used to erect the Backcountry Hut. This helps to streamline and simplify construction in remote locations.
Components arrive at the site flat-packed on pallets. There is no need for heavy machinery to be brought on-site. Instead, the piling holes can be dug by hand.
The above conceptual image illustrates how modules can be combined to expand living space and accommodate more residents. With just a single module, you have 191 square feet—enough for 2-4 people. Tacking together 4 modules would give you 937 square feet, enough for up to 24 residents.
The Backcountry version of the hut includes a community kitchen and a bunk-bed sleeping area. This makes it great for employees sharing housing in a remote work environment, vacationers in a hostel, communal dwelling in the wilderness, and more. Want to learn more? Visit the official page for the Backcountry Hut.