All photos and info sourced from Inhabitat .
You can find a lot more information about this vardo there.
Built over 2 years of mostly recycled materials, this combination of tradition and contemporary imagination was a dream made into reality, at a hard cash cost of about 8000.00, and it is mobile. But why go anywhere else? This looks pretty perfect to me, especially with a wood burning stove to keep it cozy in the seriously cold seasons. Or hop on a plane to someplace warmer...
There is an A frame outhouse with a composting toilet, just in case you're wondering.
|Lots of storage here|
|Where's the soup pot?|
|What a difference a beautifully designed curve makes. And that window! Yep, that's a nautical touch that serves a purpose.|
Vardos must be in the air because today the Tiny House Blog also features a number of photos of them, if you like that sort of thing. I do.
I think it would be a very good place to read this book, Wild Delicate Seconds by Charles Finn, who has also built some charming, fun tiny homes.
Have a touch this thought Tuesday. Do something tangible.