The Touring Fort is a wonderful 6-meter (~20-foot) tiny home constructed by Nantes, France-based tiny residence builder, Baluchon. The house options a big video projection display screen within the bed room loft.
The outside of the Traveling Castle is clad in pink cedar and standing seam aluminum siding. The aluminum siding matches the roof, home windows, and entrance door.
As you first enter the house, you’ll see the lounge with its giant image window that follows the form of the gable roof. Under the window is a built-in bench seat that slides out right into a mattress for 2 individuals.
Two wall cabinets are hung with leather-based straps. Under the cabinets is a eating desk that may accommodate as much as 4 individuals.
The kitchen has loads of counter house with an L-shaped counter alongside one wall and one other counter alongside the alternative wall. The kitchen is provided with a 4 burner fuel vary, below counter fridge, and sink with built-in drainboard.
The bed room loft has a chest of drawers for storage, and a video projection display screen that lowers below a hatch within the flooring. The house additionally has automation by way of the Netatmo app, which might management the lights.
The toilet consists of an 80x80cm bathe, dry rest room with chip compartment, and two wardrobes.
The tiny home will likely be used as the first residence for the homeowners, Julien and Cindy, and their canine within the Brittany area of France.
For extra details about the Touring Fort, please contact Baluchon.
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