Baluchon is a French tiny house company that specializes in the design and construction of custom-made tiny houses. The company was founded in 2014 by Laëtitia Dupé and Nicolas Le Tutour.
Their ‘Kejadenn’ vacation house is brighter than most tiny homes due to the fact that it has ample glazing. Elsewhere, one of the most eye-catching features is the fact that the upstairs area of the dwelling is accessed by stairs that are embedded into the kitchen countertop.
With its two bedrooms fitted into the upstairs area, it would make a great vacation rental.
Baluchon offers a wide range of tiny house models, from the compact Nano to the spacious Escapade. All Baluchon tiny houses are built with high-quality materials and craftsmanship. The company is committed to sustainable building practices and uses eco-friendly materials whenever possible. Baluchon tiny houses are available for purchase in France and other European countries. The company also offers a range of services for tiny house owners, including maintenance, repairs, and transportation.
All pictures courtesy of Baluchon Tiny Houses
Baluchon is a leading name in the tiny house movement. The company’s tiny houses have been featured in numerous publications and television shows. Baluchon is also a member of the French Tiny House Association.
If you are interested in learning more about Baluchon tiny houses, please visit the company’s website
Gary Fleisher, the Modcoach