This Super Cool Tiny House in Arkansas – USA

Double Tiny House - a 400 sq ft foundation home and a 160 sq ft mobile recording studio and performance space for violinist Asha Mevlana of The Trans-Siberian Orchestra.


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Today we will show you tiny house from Arkansas, USA.

Double Tiny House – a 400 sq ft foundation home and a 160 sq ft mobile recording studio and performance space for violinist Asha Mevlana of The Trans-Siberian Orchestra.

Fayetteville, AR

  • DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE – BRIAN CRABB
  • ART DIRECTION – ALLEGRA SINCLAIR
  • BUILDER – VICKERY CONSTRUCTION – STEFAN VICKERY

This tiny house is a country music lover’s dream! Located in Fayetteville, Arkansas, the unique structure features a large deck which doubles as a stage for concerts. Part of the house is built on a trailer, which can be easily taken on the road. And most importantly, it looks like an amplifier—because it is one. Yep, any electric musical instrument can be plugged into the trailer portion and be amplified through the front marine speakers.

Last July, Asha Mevlana, then living in New York City, decided she wanted to build a tiny home in the Arkansas town where her brother and nephews live. So she applied to Tiny House Nation, and when she was accepted, she got to work.

But it couldn’t be just any tiny house. Mevlana, a professional electric violinist for the Trans-Siberian Orchestra, needed a pad that provided a place for music—not just inside, but out. She enlisted the help of designer Brian Crabb, her brother, Z, a contractor and the owner of eco-friendly housing company 3Volve, her brother-in-law, Stefan, who owns Vickery Construction in Little Rock, and Zack Giffin, host of Tiny House Nation.

The resulting L-shaped house consists of a stationary, 400-square-foot main house and the “amplified” 120-square-foot trailer, which can be detached and taken on the road. Joining the two structures is an expansive deck designed specifically for concerts. The tiny house was featured in an episode of the TV show on March 4, 2017.

Source : CountryLivingVivacollectiv

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