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Sturgis tiny house saves space with novel motorized bed

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.


New York Tiny Tech Compound

Tiny House, Big Living, Season 6, Episode 9
September 28, 2017

See upcoming air dates on DIY  |   Purchase at Amazon (don't worry, if you buy a unit from us, we'll credit the $2.99 toward your build)



Tiny Homes You’ll Want to Take on the Road — And Actually Can

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 ...”  



Dwell featured homes

“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.”


Albany Times Union

October 13, 2017

“We combined the idea of looking for new and innovative materials and technologies, and clean lines of modern designs warmed up with an organic feel.”  



Brick & wonder

“The Sturgis gets its name from the bonus space that can be configured for whatever you need with you when you get away. The home includes a spa-like bathroom with outdoor shower, full kitchen with induction cook top, fridge and deep sink.”