The Esk'et Tiny Home is a compact dwelling, conceived and constructed by carpenter Robert Johnson and his wife Bettina, that features a shape and functionality that is exceptionally unique. The Johnsons set out to build their own home in order to find a new way to pay homage to their aboriginal roots and honor their local land.
This tiny home certainly does that. It has an exterior construction that uses pine wood that is both durable and pleasingly rustic to the eye. The dwelling is kept insulated thanks to the use of high-tech spray foam insulation.
The Esk'et Tiny Home is a fine example of creating a living space that well and truly lives up to your personal philosophy of life, while maintaining a non-invasive presence in the surrounding environment.
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