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Tiny, but flexible

One of the potential problems with living in a ‘tiny house’ could be a feeling of being hemmed in. But how would it be if you could manually rotate the home to soak up as much sunshine and views as possible?

The 359 by Oregon–based PATH Architecture is a 144-square-foot tiny house built on a lightweight platform so it can be rotated to follow the light, regulate heat, or change the view. It was named for the number of degrees it can be turned (one degree was left to prevent the house’s electrical and water lines from getting tangled).

About Adam Nobel

Principal
M. Bus, Grad Dip Adv, B.Int Bus, LREA

adam@hugoalexander.com.au

0417 007 001

Adam is the founder and Principal of Hugo Alexander Property Group. With a previous career in advertising, 20 years experience in property investment, and 14 years in Brisbane real estate, he knows the market inside out to ensure his clients grow their wealth faster.

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