Ivan Ovchinnikov of Bio-Architects describes his 16m2 tiny house as a "prototype of a compact modular house, designed for installation in tight spaces and extreme conditions". It's made up out of a series of wood frames on a series of pontoons clad in composite aluminium sheeting (lots more photos at archdaily) and then craned into place either on land or water via a helicopter. Inside there are sleeping areas, a kitchen (oven, cooker, washing machine), and bathroom, all powered by solar panels with heat provided by a wood-burning stove.
DD16 is currently on a lake near Moscow.
Dubldom 16 from Dubldom on Vimeo.