From Toni Goltz, the designer and builder of @luomukoti – a tiny home project in Finland that offers inspiring prospectives on materiality and shapes for any room, on wheels or not.
“My house gives me a freedom of living, the atmosphere of location-free work. It offers time freed up due to its minimal cost of living and independence through self-sufficiency. It is completely free of adhesives and other chemicals, plastics, and unnatural materials. The material is Finnish pine, spruce, aspen, and the insulation is Finnish hemp.
The design of the house began with an interest in circular shapes and cornerlessness - a continuous form. The shape selection was also guided by the aerodynamics of transporting the house.
The house is seamlessly and uniformly insulated and exterior lined and can be supported by poles using the frame’s longitudinal beams. I like the idea of choosing a place for the house in natural conditions and sitting in the landscape while the wind keeps the floor dry. “