When it comes to the French tiny home market, few companies if any, do it better than Baluchon, which recently created a bespoke tiny dwelling that features an elegant sloping roof and a surprising amount of amenities in a rather compact space.
A custom-made creation designed for residents of the French Alps, the 'Intrepide' tiny dwelling features a streamlined and clean exterior appearance thanks largely to its sloping roof, which makes the home appear aerodynamic when it's being towed down rural roads.
Built to sit on a six-meter-long trailer, this towable tiny dwelling features a living area that can also be used as a home office and features amenities including a wood heater, miniature refrigerator, oven, stove top, wood chip toilet and shower.
Elegant on the eye and comfortable to cohabitate, the Intrepide tiny dwelling proves that towable tiny homes can certainly be designed for rural environments.
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