As the tiny house movement has moved from fringe phenomenon to central fixture of global architecture, we’ve seen a diverse array of diminutive residences that make incredible use of their limited square footage. But we’ve never seen something quite like the Orchid from the Nashville-based tiny home building company New Frontier.
Fully customizable to meet the specific wants and needs of each customer, the New Frontier Orchid Tiny House impresses with a highly contemporary reimagining of the classic gable farmhouse, taking the clean lines, stark surfaces, and ample glass of classic modern architecture and lending it a distinct feeling of warmth.
The “form follows function” tenets of modern architecture offer a perfect complement to the spatial constraints that tiny houses present. The Orchid makes the most of its small interior with a king sofa-bed combo that can transform the living area into a second bedroom and by using lighting to create a distinct shape and mood.