The 'Kirimoko' tiny house has been designed by the Condon Scott Architects in Wanaka, New Zealand as a stylishly efficient living space for the clients. The home is constructed using the Passive House construction method and is thus ultra-efficient when it comes to keeping inhabitants comfortable amidst the Central Otago environment that can be quite unforgiving. The home is thus achieved using a series of structural insulated panels for both the roof and walls, which deliver an exceptionally airtight level of insulation without the need for any thermal bridging where a lot of heat transfer and energy loss can occur.
The 'Kirimoko' tiny house is efficient, but still manages to have floor-to-ceiling windows in the front to maximize the amount of natural light that pours in during the daylight hours.
The 'Kirimoko' Tiny House Follows the Passive House Construction Ethos
Michael Hemsworth — December 1, 2020 — Art & Design
References: condonscott.nz & yankodesign