Brian Schulz blends his talent of building kayaks with his architecture skills, to create this small 200 sq ft home. " My challenge is to make a small space feel big," he says.
Brian milled trees he found on his land to create this organic wood siding.
The central living space is low to the ground for a more open feel providing multiple uses for eating and additional sleeping. The table is sawed from the bottom of a tree, lightly sanded and oiled. Brian describes the little window as odd and not making any sense, yet it highlight the corner.
He used an entire log for the staircase support.
A kayak frame is hung from the ceiling. "I love living with things that tell stories" says Brain.
Outside the house is a planter that has the pipe from the kitchen water drain.
Other than not having a bathroom it is a wonderful and original. Brian's final thoughts in the video, "spending time in a small space infects you, and once you go back to the standard 2000 sq foot home, it won't feel right." See the entire video here: