The 5.4m (~17.5′) tiny home was constructed to carry over 700 kilos of books so Jean-Jacques may roam between small villages, bringing books to locations that don’t have a bookstore.
The fashionable exterior combines thermo-treated poplar and metallic in an inventive design. Inside, they used pure fir and pine plywood for a vivid studying area. The ladder gives entry to the bed room loft in addition to books on the higher cabinets.
There’s a easy kitchen and loo beneath the bed room loft, tucked away from the primary bookstore area.
In the primary space is a built-in desk and huge seating space so individuals can collect round throughout storytelling time.
Additionally obtainable from La Maison Qui Chemine: Flore.
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