The tiny house craze doesn’t show any signs of slowing down, and it’s not hard to see why. These mobile habitats are easier to maintain, offer more freedom (to move wherever and whenever), and have a little environmental impact.
Custom small homes have become quite popular over the last few years, and some of these structures are so unique that they draw a lot of attention. Case in point: the houses built by French manufacturer Baluchon. They’re often on the smaller side, but they have that “je ne sais quoi” that makes you fall in love with them on the spot.
The company’s roots can be traced back to 2015 when a group of young entrepreneurs who had previously constructed their own small houses decided to collaborate to create unique tinies for others as well. Martolod is one of these special dwellings.
The house was designed for Guillaume, an ocean lover who wanted to have a bright space to live in that matched his free spirit. And the skilled team from Baluchon delivered just that. Measuring 20 ft (6 meters) in length, Martolod features an exterior with two-tone cladding and a black aluminum rooftop with a small chimney that sticks out.