The Big Whale Tiny House Features a Rooftop Solar Array

 - Sep 7, 2016
References: bigwhaletinyhouse & newatlas
The Big Whale Tiny House is an innovatively crafted and engineered tiny home that was designed by a pair of wildlife biologists looking to take advantage of a tiny home that is also towable and easily movable so as to serve as a mobile research station while the pair study a range of dolphin and whale species located off Canada's eastern coast.

Built by Katy Vagrilchuk and David Gaspard, this particular tiny home is equipped with a rooftop solar array that can easily be attached, while this power can be used to provide electrical juice. The home features ample use of Atlas Roofing Corporation's proprietary Energy Shield Pro foam insulation.

This tiny home is a great example of the versatile uses of tiny architecture, which can definitely range beyond conventional dwellings.