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AirShip Homes

The AirShip comes from Devon-based Roderick James Architects which has decades of microarchitecture experience. It's a modular design which comes in various sizes depending on how many bedrooms you want and is built from hardwearing heavy duty aluminium and stainless steel but can easily be taken apart and rebuilt in a different location. It's not as heavy as it looks, about 3.5 tons, and is usually fine resting on sunk concrete paving slabs. Inside, you can convert the sofa into a double bed/bunk and features include a woodstove, island worktop, fridge and gas cooker.

Tiny House Weekly News Roundup: January 10 - 17

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Tiny House Weekly News Roundup: December 3 - 10

BBC on tiny houses (video)

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