Tiny Houses are nothing new. But creating a sustainable version takes a bit of engineering and commitment. See how Travis Burke went from rambling nomad to world famous photographer and Tiny Home advocate.
Travis started his professional photography career after getting his grandmothers van in 2014, rebuilding it for a year on the road, living the “van life.” Always a tremendous athlete, Burke had an eye for nature and wanted to create a new path for himself. That path lead all over the United States where he would stop along the way and document his surroundings for his clients and social media followers.
We recently received an email at Indoteak Design from a young designer who was working on a great project for the HGTV show Tiny House. Ben Hayward pitched us his idea and wanted to use some of our reclaimed teak tiles for the bathroom area of his build. His pitch was well received to say the least. Once we saw his amazing mock-ups of his tiny house project, we were happy to jump on board as a partner to help his vision become a reality.
Every journey starts with a plan.
Tiny House: “A small compact living space gaining popularity with young adults looking to downsize their living space and save money.”
Ben Hayward and Indoteak Design teamed up late last year for a project Ben had lined up with HGTV and their program, Tiny House. His concept was to create a unique, totally original mobile home that had a green footprint, a bold design and beauty inside and out. When he asked us to provide the tile for his bathroom, we jumped at the chance to be involved.
Over the months that followed, we found that Ben was a great communicator who was very driven by his passions and his goals.
Ben Hayward and Indoteak Design teamed up late last year for a project Ben had lined up with HGTV and their program, Tiny House.