Called the France house for its 3 colored zones that resemble the French flag, this miniature dwelling by Pin-up Houses is an experimentation in super-fast, affordable prefab that’s entirely DIY!
This tiny house consists of 21 insulated panels. The separated panels are connected together with threaded rods, so the house can be assembled and reassembled easily in just one day. It’s made up of three main spaces. The blue space for sleeping is divided by a multifunctional partition, which simultaneously serves as shelves and an entrance to the bedroom. Psychologically, the color blue is the most suitable for a good night sleep. The white-colored space serves as the day zone with multifunctional seats and a table. White makes perfect sense as it makes the space you’ll spend the most time in feel larger. The wood-burning stove and kitchenette are appropriately found in the red space.
Designer: Joshua Woodsman