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Light-filled tiny house hides a drop-down bed
March 7, 2018
There’s no shortage of cleverly designed, modern tiny homes, but the new Sturgis model from Cubist Engineering still manages to keep a few impressive tricks up its sleeve. The 21.5-foot by 8.5-foot structure is clad in charred cypress siding with an oversized picture window and a hydraulic door opening into a 4-foot by 8-foot configurable “obsession space”, which is shown in the model as a child’s bedroom but could also be a workshop or motorcycle garage.
Minimalist living meets luxury in the Sturgis Tiny Home
February 22 2018
Designing small yet sophisticated spaces is quite a challenge – but Cubist Engineering proves it can be done with the Sturgis tiny home. The compact 21.5′ x 8.5′ space packs a big punch when it comes to beautiful design. Built with highly-insulated CLT timber, the serene, light-filled home on wheels can be installed virtually anywhere.
February 18, 2018
Cubist Engineering is offering this 170-square-foot modern gem of a tiny house that's built with one of our favourite materials: cross-laminated timber. CLT has been popular in Europe for decades, and is now making its presence known in North America -- it's a strong material that is not only lighter than concrete, but also sequesters carbon and is renewable.
December 22, 2017
Greenwich, New York-based Cubist Engineering has designed a really interesting towable tiny house. Named the Sturgis, it measures just 21 ft (6.4 m)-long, but seems more spacious inside thanks to not having a standard bedroom – instead, when it's time to hit the sack, a bed is lowered down from the ceiling at the flick of a switch.
September 29, 2017
“Cubist Engineering, a startup in upstate New York, has a different vision forsmall modular structures. Think lakeside retreats, backyard offices, private studios, pool houses. Or the most fantastic digs at the RV park in Yosemite, complete with enormous glass windows, a wraparound deck and a sleek minimalist design ...”
“How do you make a 160-square-foot retreat feel like a splurge rather than a sacrifice? Don’t skimp on the comforts. In Cubist Engineering’s The Sturgis, a pre-fab guest suite built entirely out of 3-inch thick cross-laminated-timber panels, that means none of the typical ‘tiny space’ corner cutting.”