Designed and constructed by father-and-son builders Nick and Aaron Troisi .the tiny home on wheels is 100 percent self-sufficient.
They call themselves "The Unknown Craftsmen."
The caravan includes a curved roof, woodwork and round windows. An LED which works completely off the grid and imbibing architecture attracts a lot of attention.
A deck, built with raw-cut wooden logs, leads to the charming curved door. The father-son duo strategically designed a double-height roof to create a sleeping loft. The curved roof greatly enhances the tiny home's interior and has three circular windows to bring in natural light.
"If you can imagine it, we can build it," Nick, 60, said.
It's kind of exciting and bizarre in a way. And now he wants to learn all these things that might have been a little bit grating on him at times in high school when he had to help me build the house. What's really nice is that Aaron's strengths complement mine. said Nick, when asked about the idea.