30 Oct '14, 6pm

Glamping in a Tiny House Made From Repurposed Water Tanks

Glamping in a Tiny House Made From Repurposed Water Tanks

Stereotank’s Taku-Tanku is made of two 670-gallon water tanks, which are joined together by a ring of wood. This wooden ring also serves the purpose of forming the entrance and the skylight of the tiny house. The house is very small and can be assembled easily. It sits on a two-wheeled trailer and is light enough to be towed by hand, or attached to the back of a bicycle. It can also be towed by car or, according to the designers, attached to the back of a boat.

Full article: http://www.jetsongreen.com/2014/10/glamping-in-a-tiny-hou...

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