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Tiny Homes & Cottages on Foundations

For 14 years, our specialty has been Tiny Houses and Cottages delivered worldwide as pre-built, prefabricate kit homes. Custom designs are our specialty. Shipped directly from Bali to your site as a panelized kit in a container, our homes are as easy to assemble as a house can get.

Our Range of Prefab Tiny Eco Houses

We can custom build any design and tailor it to your eco home needs. Contact us to see how we can help you. And please do look at our existing designs for inspiration.

Haiku Ohana

One bedroom, 500 sq ft (46.5 sq m) plus 200 sq ft (18.6 sq m) of covered decks

The Haiku Ohana is a 500 sq ft One Bedroom Tiny Temple Eco Home complete with a bathroom, and combined living room and kitchen space. There is a 200 sq ft covered back deck covered from rain by a clear polycarbonate roof. The bedroom features sliding double shoji doors with frosted glass panels. The doors separate the bedroom from the living room for provided privacy, while the ceiling is open between the rooms to feel the full expanse of the cathedral ceiling. The full bathroom has a flat ceiling over that creates a storage loft above the bathroom. The front door has a mini deck with a beautiful dormer roof above it, adding to the grace and beauty of the roof line. The living room features an integrated glass tile skylight. This design is one of the most efficient uses of space for a 500 sq ft cottage featuring the full Balinese aesthetic.

Paia Ohana

600 sq ft (56 sq m), 20ft x 30ft (6.1m x 9.2m) plus 240 sq ft (22 sq m) of covered decks.

The Paia Ohana is a 600 sq ft open studio built in full Balinese Temple design. Side is 20ft x 30ft. This 2 to 3 ratio is considered the ideal ratio of temple designs. The great feature is a magnificent cupola roof, the second roof in the center to add light, ventilation and exotic beauty. The pillars feature Balinese Temple carvings as braces. There is a small bathroom extension with its own roof to keep the main room open and unobstructed. The floor is laid in a concentric patten with an exotic central motif. There is a kitchenette to make this a multifunction room. There is a 200 sq ft front deck and a 40 sq ft rear deck that are covered with their own clear polycarbonate roofs to allow maximum light inside. Floor to ceiling glass in the side wall gives the home an open feeling.

Kula Ohana

(Hawaiian Style Cottage) 360 sq ft (33 sq m), 18ft x 20ft (5.5m x 6m) plus decks

The Kula Cottage features a single roof that covers the the main room and the decks. This cottage is a blend of styles. The triangular ceiling peak window is common in early Hawaiian architecture. The central wood beam that flairs outside is traditional architecture of Thailand. Closets are added as extension to the main room, yet still under the roof eave, to keep the interior space open. The extra wide stairs create an entrance of grandeur. The roof is ironwood shingles.

Kaupo Ohana

One bedroom, 500 sq ft (46.5 sq m) plus 200 sq ft (18.6 sq m) of covered decks

The Kaupo Cottage is truly unique with a graceful fully curved ironwood roof. This curve is created by adding an extra peak to the top and a Balinese flair roof eave to the bottom. There is a loft that covers half the main room and extends over the covered front porch. This was originally designed as an office space with solid shutters that fully open to the view by day with screens, and can be sealed and locked at night for security. Extensive carved panels reflect the plant life surrounding the cottage.

Kipahulu Ohana

The Kipahulu Cottage was created with the ocean view in mind.

The front is fully glass with double sliding glass doors opening onto the deck. The front of the side walls are floor to ceiling glass giving a 180 degree panoramic view. A single ironwood roof covers the main room and the deck. There are 2 closets that are extensions out from the main room, yet still under the eave. The ceiling over the deck is flat creating a loft space over the deck.