Lesser Space, More Closeness
Tiny House Hotel is a great initiative as far as hotel concepts go, by a couple who spent most of their lives in little abodes. Their cute tiny hotels in the Alberta Arts District in Portland, Oregon offer all that a guest would need in terms of space, and the helpful staff makes sure you get all the necessary amenities too. The caravan style abodes are both eye catching and sophisticated, and are visited by guests that actually travel to Oregon just to see them. And if you’re interested in purchasing one of the guest rooms, a very stylish one called Roly Poly is actually up for sale (photos of Roly Poly are on page 3). Be sure to catch the video on page 4 also!
Pacifica has a very unusual design for a tiny house on wheels. It is built on a 10ft. wide single axle trailer and is designed to be universally accessible to accommodate those who use a wheelchair for mobility. The billowing and undulating roofline and the concentric arcs of the cedar-shingled exterior reminds us of ocean waves. The expansive interior space is extremely unusual and hosts many colorful components, namely the Talavera tile sink and countertop, designed and built by Caravan owner Deb Delman, and the custom-made stained glass windows, designed by Abel and built by Mansion Glass. The name Pacifica, a nod to our west coast ocean, embodies all of these architectural characteristics.
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