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UnTiny House

UnTiny house gives builders on a “tiny” budget the best, and largest house possible. Because the real objective of most tiny house clients is not to live tiny – just to reduce the financial burden that comes with today’s homes.

Most UnTiny Houses are built around a pre-built “container” block that houses kitchen, bathroom and all installations.

Unlike most “pods”, this UNtiny house block is structural so it serves as a base to which the roofs and walls are easily attached.

As a result, UNtiny houses are easy to build an having an amazing cost:benefit ratio! It’s simply a lot of house for the money.

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The Untiny House, here the Barn60 with a countryside look
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A Vrame are specialists in A-frames, based in Northern Europe – where they benefit from the abundance of wood available near them as well as low labour costs and taxation.

As a result, they are well-positioned as a supplier for A-Frame Houses.

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They have a range of models from 30 to 120m2 that are easily combined and customized.

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BuildBoxx Bathroom

Bathrooms and Kitchens are only 20% of a house – but 80% of its complications!

This is where humidity, heat, smells, electricity, plumbing, sewerage all come together.

In contrast, living rooms or bedrooms need little more than a few electricity connections!

So BuildBoxx has created a “kitchen in a box” and “bathroom in a box” that can be used as a cornerstone for an easy (self) building.

Unlike most kitchen “kits”, BuildBoxxes are “structural”: they come as a sturdy “box” that easily connects to walls and roofs.

And they come with dozens of designs for homes that were specifically designed for easy of construction!

BuildBoxxes are also a perfect solution to add luxury to a glamping tent or hotel/motel.

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A-frame houses are made by leaning 2 tall walls against each other – so they look like an A.

These tall walls act as walls and roofs at the same time, making construction extremely simple. When tall enough, there is space for a second floor, usually used for bedroom lofts.

The simple structure makes them easy to build, even for self builders. as it lacks the typical connections between floors-walls and walls-roofs which require more building know-how.

Although a little space can get lost under the “leaning” walls, these are usually used well for storage and installations.

Why are A-frame buildings smart?

  • simple: one single panel does the job of walls and roofs
  • the panels lean against each other, making it a structurally sound system that resists well to winds etc.
  • easy to self build, especially with SIPS or other sandwich panels
  • less volume to heat/cool

What are the limitations of A-frames?

  • In smaller sizes, the walls may feel as if they’re closing in on you
  • Windows and doors are often limited to the front and back – and need some triangular shapes. It is possible to put them in the leaning sides… but then you loose some of the simplicity.
  • The leaning sides must be positioned well depending on the climate. If positioned east or west, they will catch a lot of sun.
  • Sometimes perceived as a “cheap” solution and visually less imposing than a “normal” building with the same m2