Gallery: Tiny Off-Grid Hawk House has Soaring Views of the California M...

 
The building is carefully oriented to take advantage of natural lighting, heating and cooling while keeping its impact on its site to a minimum.

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  1. jabailo July 20, 2013 at 9:29 pm

    I covet many of these tiny one-off homes, but at the same time, it’s impractical for me to think I would ever live in one as the cost of the land would be hundreds of thousands. Also I need electricity and an Internet connection, so I have to think hydrogen fuel cells. My feeling is I should be able to walk into IKEA, plunk down $10,000 (yes that ten thousand) for a complete house — complete as in self generating electricity and water purification that can plunked down anywhere and be liveable. That’s a habitat!

  2. Dan Rezaiekhaligh June 21, 2013 at 1:55 am

    Calling it an off grid cabin is a little generous isn’t it? It’s a finished shed.

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