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Tiny House Trailer

If like me you’ve always wanted to build a Tiny Home, now’s your chance!
This is my take on a modern travelling tiny house. Built on a trailer of 24 studs x 10 studs (excluding the tow hitch) to represent approximately 24ft x 10ft in the real world. It is a three-axle, multilevel design, with bump out front alcove.
I’ve tried to build based on real world principles, i.e. starting with a trailer base, built a wooden frame on top, fitted the interior, fitted a roof, finishing with siding to the exterior.
This creates a cosy tiny home, with open plan living/cooking space, separate shower room with WC, and a sleeping loft above.
Sub models
To allow access to all areas the model splits into separate sections –
Main trailer ground floor
Removable front roof to access ground floor
Removable sleeping loft to access ground floor
Removable back wall to access bathroom
Removable upper roof to access sleeping loft
Exterior details
Solar panels on lower roof (printed sloped bricks)
Tow Hitch lever
Gas canister on tow hitch
Wood burner flue
TV/internet aerial
Door canopy
External lights
Signage to both sides
Access steps
Rear bike carrier
Internal details
Living area: Sofa, chair, wood burner, hooks, dog bowl, guitar display, wall mounted TV, ceiling lights.
Dining: Table, two chairs, flower arrangement, artwork.
Kitchen: Fridge freezer, stove top, drawers, cupboard, sink, shelf, cups, artwork.
Stairs: Loft access, storage closet and shelf.
Loft: Sleeping area with double bed, books, table for mobile phone, wall lights and ceiling lights
Shower room: Shower, sink, WC, two shelves, ceiling lights.
Movable parts
Front door opens and closes
Windows can swing open and closed
Bike rack hinged on rear wall
Kitchen cupboard door opens
Two Kitchen drawers open
Accompanying objects
Dog bowl
Two cups
Mobile phone
Bike helmet
Clothing options
One mini figure character, a surf chick, with two clothing options - hoody and trousers, and swimwear.

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