Hivehaus Modular Tiny Hexagonal Pods

Hivehaus Modular Tiny Hexagonal Pods

This "Hivehaus Modular Tiny Hexagonal Pods," is the perfect modern prefab tiny house design! Prefabricated designs such as this, allow for all sorts of uses, from full time living, guest houses, and artist studios.

This is a prefabricated tiny hexagonal house designed by Hivehaus. These prefabricated models are built so you can have just one pod or add as many as you like. Each pod is 100 square feet and available with customizable floor plans. The pods are delivered in panels making it easy for two people to construct the home. The three pods in the photo, are placed together to create a 333 square foot home with one bedroom, a bathroom, kitchen and living space. The kitchen has a great multi functional cabinet that tucks everything out of sight when you are not using it. The fire wall is a movable wall, like a door, with a fireplace that allows you to have it either inside or outdoors.

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