Cork-Clad Tiny House Takes Inspired Approach to Maximizing Space

The Terra m2_Tiny House on Wheels by Portuguese woodworking specialist MadeiGuincho is a remarkable follow-up to the Terra m1, demonstrating an innovative approach to maximizing space in tiny living. Built on a double-axle trailer with a length of just 5 meters (16.4 feet), this little home is cleverly clad in wood and cork, materials that are both sustainable and excellent for insulation. The interior layout is ingeniously spread over three levels, enhancing the use of space and adding to the home’s unique charm. Upon entering, visitors are greeted by a compact kitchen equipped with essential amenities, followed by steps leading up to a cozy living area with ample seating. Conversely, descending from the kitchen leads to the bedroom, which features a double bed and abundant storage, ensuring a comfortable and practical living experience.

Maintaining MadeiGuincho’s signature rustic and warm aesthetic, the Terra m2_Tiny House on Wheels is bathed in natural light, thanks to its generous glazing. This feature not only creates an inviting atmosphere but also connects the indoors with the outdoors seamlessly. The kitchen level also houses a bathroom with a toilet and shower, along with a secondary door that opens directly to an exterior deck, effectively expanding the living space. The living area includes storage-integrated stairs leading to a skylight and a small rooftop terrace, offering breathtaking views of the Alentejo region. This combination of smart design and sustainable materials makes the Terra m2 a perfect retreat for couples and individuals looking to enjoy short vacations in a stylish and efficient tiny house.

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