rEvolve House: Off-Grid Tiny House

10/24/2016

rEvolve house

Designed and built by students at Santa Clara University is this 238 sq ft tiny house.

Named the rEvolve House, the home was designed as an entry for this year's Tiny House Competition in Sacramento, California, where it won its division.

The home is off-grid compatible and powered by eight 330 watt solar panels that rotate to follow the sun. Inside the home is a living room that utilizes a Murphy bed to allow the space to transform into a bedroom. The kitchen is relatively spacious and features a foldable table, dining bench, and cabinets made from repurposed wood that used to be the flooring in SCU's basketball court!

The rEvolve's bathroom spans just 35 sq ft but has a dry flush toilet, sink, shower and cabinet storage.

Outside the home is a wall garden and a rooftop patio accessible by a spiral staircase.

Overall a great design and totally deserving of first place!

Be sure to check out the video tour from Good Day Sacramento below!

rEvolve house

rEvolve house

rEvolve house

rEvolve house

rEvolve house

rEvolve house


rEvolve house

rEvolve house

rEvolve house

rEvolve house

rEvolve house

rEvolve house


rEvolve house

rEvolve house

rEvolve house

rEvolve house

rEvolve house

rEvolve house


Images © Joanna H. Lee/ Santa Clara University

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