Big dream, tiny home was a DIY-project, inspired and initiated by Lake Saimaa in Puumala, Finland.
With assistance of the local community and Finnish material manufacterers was born Viljami – 13 square meters of freedom in the form of a home.
Viljami was designed for a cold climate; 1kW heating reaches 45 degrees Celcius rise in relation to the outside temperature.
Viljami's height is 4.2m, width 2.55m and length 6 meters which makes it legal to tow all around the world without special lisences.
Viljami weighs 2.8 tons (kg) which allows it to be towed with even a sedan.
The main element in Viljami is the door / window combination at the entrance.
The 3 meter ceiling height creates a feeling of roominess and displays the view fully.
The kitchen contains an integrated fridgerator, gas cooker, food storage and an empty cupboard for a small washing machine / oven.
Viljami has 4 cubic meters of hidden storage space and a ton of empty wall space for shelving.
The bathroom consists of a shower stall, a dry toilet and a cabinet.
Pressurized water system can be installed in the underfloor storage and the bathroom cabinet.
The total indoor area of Viljami is 13.4 square meters.
To ensure maximum adaptability well over half of the area is without fixed installations.
The 5m2 floor raise is at seating height and can be used as convertible bed.
Storage space underneath can is accessed from the front or the hatches above.
Viljami's main finishing material is Finnish birch plywood.
Due to wood's humidity intake capacity the indoor air quality is comfortable regardless of the outside temperature.