New Zealand’s Build Tiny recently completed its latest model, the Sonnenschein Tiny House. The compact towable home is designed to offer maximum storage space in its 7.2-m (23-ft)-long frame.

The Sonnenschein (or Sunshine) Tiny House is a little smaller than most of Build Tiny’s previous models, like La Sombra, for example, which measure 8 m (26.2 ft). It’s based on a double-axle trailer and comprises a steel frame and blue vinyl siding, with a poplar core plywood interior.

Visitors enter into the living room, which includes a sofa that pulls out into a double bed and has integrated storage space. The area also features overhead storage lockers and a small swivel table. A wood-burning stove is installed nearby and there’s a small storage loft area above that’s accessed by removable ladder.

The kitchen is adjacent. This is quite well stocked for a compact tiny house and has a removable kitchen unit on wheels, a dishwasher, sink, and an oven with a four-burner propane-powered hob. Additionally, a fridge and pull-out pantry are integrated into the staircase. Further into the home is the bathroom, which contains a shower, sink, a composting toilet, and a washer/dryer, as well as yet more storage space.