One design firm which excels at constructing beautiful tiny houses is Alchemy Architects. One of their gems is the Sonoma Weehouse, which was constructed in Oregon before being transported to California.
The minimalist flair of the Sonoma Weehouse is striking, but what is truly remarkable about this house is that construction on it was 90% done before it was shipped out to the site on which it now stands.
It actually consists of two different structures, each a simple rectangle. The larger one is the main house, measuring 640 square feet. The smaller one is a guesthouse, measuring 330 square feet.
You can see that the main structure features a very large sheltered patio. The way that the house is mounted over the landscape projects the patio forward over the hillside so that those seated on it can enjoy spectacular views of the countryside.
Here’s a photo which gives you an excellent view into the guest house, and through it to the other side. There does not appear to be a lot of privacy, but with its secluded location, we may presume that this is not an issue.
Here’s the living and dining area in the main house. You really get a feel for just how huge the patio is when you see it from this angle. You can also appreciate the incredible view and the amazing amount of light which crosses through the space from wall to wall.
If you were as amazed by this prefabricated tiny home as I was, make sure that you drop by its official page over at Alchemy Architects. There you can find out more about it and also check out this firm’s other beautiful tiny houses in their full portfolio.