Shorter variant: The shorter Don Vardo minor house configuration is based on a 10 foot utility trailer with a solitary hub that can hold up to 5,000 lbs. It weighs properly 3,200 lbs relying upon inside completions. The plan incorporates a two-foot-profound outside secured patio worked over the trailer outline, yielding an inside area of 56 square feet.
Longer form: The more Don Vardo modest house configuration is based on a 12 foot utility trailer with two 5,000 lb axels or two 3,500 lb axels. The structure weighs roughly 5,000 lbs relying upon inside completions. The plan incorporates a two-foot-profound drop-down yard that can be joined as far as possible of the trailer however isn’t fabricate legitimately over top of it. The inside space is 88 square feet. The structure incorporates space for a basic washroom with only a can. An open air shower could be made over the drop-down yard by mounting a shower head mounted to one side of the entryway.
Cushion’s first Don Vardo was planned and worked by Katy Anderson in 2010, and is currently the command post for a marine couple when they come shorewards along the Oregon Coast. Katy’s imaginative craftspersonship and key, exquisite incorporation of implicit structure components is a motivation to any little house sweetheart. It has been offered on the Mother Nature Network and in Oregon Home Magazine. Dee Williams enjoyed the plan so much that she had Katy assemble her another Don Vardo as her new, littler home.