- Assembles quickly (easily in 10 minutes)
- Small quality living space
- Insulated floor and walls
- Easy to heat
- Very strong (can survive hurricane or earthquake)
- Plenty of headroom for
- Plenty of room area to
- stretch out
- Easily outfitted with camping accessories
- water source
- modern convenience
- Lightweight (easy to move, fully assembled)
- Disassembles quickly and easily (less than 10 minutes)
- Ships and stores flat
Other structures may claim to be, “tiny,” but they cannot compete with the energy efficient Smallest House in the World that is safe, offers privacy, can be heated or cooled with very little energy expended.
The Smallest House in the World has many practical applications, including (but not limited to) emergency housing, temporary shelter, portable storage, garden shed, play house, etc…
Watch the video to see (one minute time-lapse) building entire structure in five-and-a-half minutes.
These Smallest Houses in the World can be easily disassembled in 10 minutes and reassembled in 15 minutes. The lightweight materials make them much easier to transport than if they were made of traditional building materials. Sing 2×12s are used exclusively for the structural A-frame and insulated Sing Sandwich Panels are used for the exterior walls.
These Small House structures can also be used for a multitude of purposes. Obviously they could be used for emergency housing in disasters, but they could also be used for playhouses, small storage structures, small hydroponic growing stations, small tool sheds, etc…
Includes: 10 pcs 2 inch x 12 inch x 8 ft Sing lumber
5 pcs 4 ft x 8 ft x 1 inch Sing Sandwich panel
to build your insulated mini shelter
Total weight: Approximately160 lbs
It takes Approximately 10 minutes to build
Uses for the Smallest House in the World are limitless
The Smallest House in the World is also being used as replacement temporary housing in tent cities, providing an insulated, safe, private temporary living area that is much more humane than tent living.
Due to the unique insulated design, the structure can easily be heated in extreme cold by the heat generated by a candle. They also provide a level of privacy that is not afforded by tent-living.
4 ft x 8 ft footprint x 8 ft tall
This structure could not be built for 10 times the price if built with the equivalent aeronautic industry material, even then, the structure would not have the built-in insulation or superior strength of the patented Sing Core composite material used in the construction of this unit.