Rising from the ashes of the Kalapana lava movement is the Phoenix House by ArtisTree. This 450-square-foot tiny home was constructed atop the lava flows of the Kilauea volcano and is totally off-grid. The Phoenix Home is obtainable for nightly rental through Airbnb, so you may expertise this otherworldly location for your self!
Its Sho Sugi Ban cedar siding and recycled corrugated iron mix the Phoenix into its environment. Double full mild french doorways and huge home windows present an unbelievable view of the distinctive location. The tiny home is powered by a photo voltaic array and has a rainwater catchment system with a 5,100-gallon water tank.
Contained in the Phoenix Home is a completely geared up kitchenette with utensils, drip espresso function, small dinette desk, propane range high, and fridge.
The dwelling space has a sofa and small desk in entrance of a big image window, good for reflecting whereas studying or writing.
The bed room loft has a queen dimension mattress and large home windows that provide an ocean view.
The lavatory consists of a bathe, sink, and low movement flush rest room with plumbing to a cess pit. An on-demand water heater gives scorching water to the bathe and sinks.
Nightly leases begin at $111 USD. You possibly can test pricing and availability through Airbnb.
For extra details about the tiny home and the construct course of, go to the ArtisTree website.
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