Ann Holley from ProtoHaus emailed me an update on their new new build the ProtoStoga. Here is what she has to say.
I hope that the spring is treating you well! We finally have some sun and warm weather here in Up State NY.
My graduate program is almost over and I will be having my thesis exhibition really soon! I thought you might be interested in the work I have been up to. Darren and I have built what we are calling the ProtoStoga.
It is a 40 square foot addition to ProtoHaus. ProtoStoga is meant to be a flexible space. It will function as a guesthouse, vacation cottage, office, mobile hair salon, and who knows what! The form of the structure is a hybrid between a Gypsy Vardo, Airstream-esque Trailer, Conestoga Wagon and a Shepherd Hut.
The materials we used match those used on ProtoHaus. The base or box is clad in cedar and the ledge is supported with solid wood brackets painted white. The roof is aluminum trimmed out with oiled wood secured with neoprene roof-screws. The arched window echoes the curve of the roof. It is made of steam bent ash and the bottom half opens out awning style. The front door is a custom made Dutch Door that I am rather proud of.
The interior is unfinished at the moment but it should be looking pretty nice by show time! The show is open to the public and I would be grateful if you would share it with the Tiny House Blog Community for me.
The Show is Saturday April 17 from 5-7 in Alfred NY. It will be outside between the Town Hall and the Box of Books (4 West University). You can find a campus map at http://www.alfred.edu/map/
I will be really thrilled if any Tiny House Blog readers are there!