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This Loft-Style Tiny House With Timber Frame Makes Remote Living More Enticing

This Loft-Style Tiny House With Timber Frame Makes Remote Living More Enticing

This is the Koda Loft, designed by Estonia-based Kodasema OÜ. It’s eco-friendly and lightweight using a stylish steel reinforced timber structure with an open-space floorplan and a minimalist, Nordic vibe. It makes living in remote locations outside big cities or anywhere in the world more accessible.

This tiny home is about 310 square feet, reportedly giving it about 287.4 square feet of “usable floor area.” It must be placed on level land that can support the weight of the home. For certain amenities, the Koda Loft needs to be plugged into water, electricity, and sewage points.



It has a fully-equipped kitchen with a lot of storage, a bathroom, and a living room. There is a window along the back wall that lets a ton of sunlight in as well as LED lights for nighttime. An outside ladder on the back-wall functions as rainwater drainage as well as a shelf for herbs or flowers.

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