Tiny Houses
Tiny houses are pretty, small, ecological and self-sufficient wooden houses primarily built on wheels.
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Charles Miller and his Model-T Tiny House
Charles Miller and his Model-T Tiny House

The Beginning

Tiny Houses on wheels come directly from the United States where they have had dazzling success for a few years.

True cozy nests, these pretty little wooden houses are primarily built on wheels.

Spacious, mobile, ecological and self-sufficient, they are a revolution in the world of housing.

In 1929, Charles Miller built the world's first Tiny House in Utah.

Jay Shafer and one of his Tiny Houses
Jay Shafer and one of his Tiny Houses

Jay Shafer and Tiny Houses

In the 2000s, Jay Shafer started the current Tiny House movement.

His company, "Tumbleweed Tiny House Company", pioneered the building of Tiny Houses. In 2012, he founded "Four Lights Tiny House Company".

His success began following the publication of his book "The Small House Book" and sales really took off after the subprime crisis.

Differences from caravans and mobile homes

The Tiny Houses are not RVs, caravans or mobile homes.

Unlike them, they are made with ecological material and have all the comforts of a classic home.

Thanks to their structure and aesthetics, they truly address all town planning codes.

They are also more economical and better insulated.

Boasting a livable surface of approximately 15m2 to 25m2, they provide enough space for 2 and 4 people, and with the ceiling heights of more than 3 meters, they have ample light and spacious mezzanines.

Tiny Houses are mobile and can be transported using a van or truck with a trailer-hitch capable of pulling loads of more than 3,500kg.

Wake up on the seaside and fall asleep in the mountains.

«Cottage» model ©WoodyWay
«Cottage» model ©WoodyWay

WoodyWay has decided to invest all its know-how in the optimisation of the interior and exterior spaces. Come take a look and discover the benefits of each of our Tiny House models.

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