One of the biggest challenges with tiny house design is figuring out how you can maximize your privacy while still letting plenty of light into a small space. The last thing you want is a cramped structure without enough windows; this not only feels dark and confining, but doesn’t take advantage of integration with outdoor spaces; it is a missed opportunity.
Award Winner Tiny Teahouse by Pietro Belluschi Has Famous Roots and Tons of Style! - In the 1940’s, a couple in Portland hired a famous architect, Pietro Belluschi, to build their home and to remodel the existing garden shed into a guest house with Japanese and Scandinavian minimalistic inspirations. The architect loved the end result so much that he bought the home several years later. We can’t blame him after seeing how perfect it is!