Ursa Tiny House by Madeiguincho

Ursa Tiny House by Madeiguincho

Interest in minimalist life is increasing day by day. We continue to discover new tiny houses for you. Today we will introduce you to ‘Ursa Tiny House by Madeiguincho’, suitable for the minimalist life of your dreams.

This tiny house is located in Cascais, Portugal. It is a house designed by Madeiguincho.

The house is designed to be independent of the electricity and water needs of the mains. Rainwater flows from the roof and is stored in a tank. The electricity need is provided by five solar panels placed on the roof. The energy produced is stored for later use. In this way, Ursa Tiny House can operate independently of the grid.

The deck area at the front of the house offers its users a comfortable life. A dining table has been placed on the deck. It is a good idea to stay alone with nature and watch the scenery here.


The interior of the house looks very stylish. Wood veneer is used. Wood veneer is a good choice for tiny houses. It is preferred to feel more peaceful in nature. One of the most important features of the house is that it has an oval window.

There is an area in the corner of the house that you can use as a sitting area and a bedroom and relax. You can watch the view outside from the oval window here. At the same time, there is a small fireplace on the side, adding a different atmosphere to the house.

The kitchen is small but useful. There is all the necessary equipment to make nice meals. There is a window opposite the sink and it gives the opportunity to enjoy nature. There is also a small desk area to the side.

To the right of the entrance door is the bathroom. It is designed with wooden details and has a stylish appearance. Above the bathroom is a second bedroom and is accessed via the side staircase.

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