The Durango is the first Tiny House that I designed and built. I named it, rather unoriginally, after the namesake town from which it and the company was brought to life. Board and batt wood siding with a rusty corrugated metal wainscot topped with a Pro Panel roof are architectural staples of this region. A completely wood interior (except for the wet bath) is also common to houses found in this region as well as throughout the Rocky Mountain region. My particular house as picture features reclaimed wood in the loft rafters, door and window trim, and some accents. The floor plan is functional for a variety of needs including a wet bath, a decent sized kitchen, an office area with lots of built in bookcases, a built-in couch that folds up to serve as a guest sleeping area, a sleeping loft, a storage loft, and a large closet area. The window layout also lends itself to abundant light and passive solar design when oriented due south. An add on feature is the folding porch which can easily be secured to the house when in travel so it does not add any length to the house.