Minimaliste’s New Tiny House is Hardly Minimalist

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The Noyer V4 measures a total length of 32.5 ft (10 m)
The Noyer V4 measures a total length of 32.5 ft (10 m)

Last year, we reported on the Noyer, which, like all Minimaliste’s tiny houses, is built to handle extremes in heat and cold. The Canadian firm has now unveiled an updated take on the model with the Noyer V4. Its owner is an engineer who’s used to living on boats and the interior design reflects his input, with a focus on shoehorning in as much storage as possible. The home also offers increased living space and provides a well-stocked kitchen with plenty of appliances.

The Noyer V4 is based on a triple-axle trailer and is finished in cedar, with steel accenting. It measures 32.5 ft (10 m) long, so is a little longer than the original Noyer’s 30 ft (9.1 m), though is not particularly large by North American tiny house standards.

The home is accessed through a screen door, with the living room situated to the right. This contains an L-shaped sofa bed and a coffee table that stows away neatly into the large entertainment center. The kitchen nearby is well-stocked for a tiny house and has a pull-out pantry, a trash compactor, an oven with an induction cooktop, and a microwave. Elsewhere lies a large fridge/freezer and a dishwasher. The dining area is nearby and includes a table for two with integrated storage space, and there’s also generous storage space situated under the living room’s raised floor in the form of drawers that pull out to 7 ft (2.1 m).

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