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Perth Tiny Homes, WA

Builder
Perth Tiny Homes
Project Type
Residential
Products Used
Steel Stud and Track
Address
Perth, Australia

Perth Tiny Homes, WA

Tiny home shows off the versatility of Studco products

Originating in USA as an affordable housing option, the Tiny House movement has quickly spread around the world. In Australia, where the average home is around 186 m² (2000 sq ft), the Tiny Home trend is seeing new dwellings constructed at just 11m² (120 sq ft).

Taking on the challenge of constructing tiny houses, Tom Jacobson from Perth Tiny Homes has erected an 18m² (193 sq ft) home using products from Studco Building Systems®. Measuring only 7.2m long, 2.5m wide, and 4.3m high, the tiny house also extends with a fold out deck and veranda.

“Over all [Studco] product worked really well for this build and I would use it again to build another one”

Tom Jacobson, Perth Tiny Homes.

Tom opted for Studco steel stud and track systems for the construction of his tiny house, as a lightweight and durable option that would create a solid structure for the home.

The Studco® team were available to assist Tom with any technical enquiries along the way, to ensure that his build went smoothly.

Photos courtesy of Tom Jacobson, Perth Tiny Homes 

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