The quirky feature also helps the homeowners save a ton of money.
When it comes to tiny houses, we thought we had seen everything. From the small home that comes with an elevator for a corgi to the solar-powered one that can exist entirely off the grid, not much else could surprise us. That is, until we discovered a tiny house that spins.
The geniuses over at Portland-based firm PATH Architecture have developed a tiny residence called '359' that has a very quirky feature: a rotating base that allows the structure to work like a giant Lazy Susan. The Portland residence got its numeric moniker because it turns a total of 359 degrees. (It's just short of a full 360, to avoid any mix-ups with electricity and water connections.)
Unlike other tiny houses, this 144-square foot abode is 12' x 12'. This allows it to have higher ceilings and two levels, with the bedroom on the second floor and the living room, kitchen, and bathroom on the first.
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Source: House Beautiful, 5/20/2016