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LightHouse LivingHome Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU)

Location

Sebastopol, CA

Client

Homebuyer

Layout

1 Bed | 1 Bath

Size

423 sq. ft.

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This was the first lightHouse LivingHome, installed in October 2019. The owners were seeking an efficient living solution that would allow them to occupy their new property while building their primary residence. The meticulously-designed accessory dwelling unit (ADU) includes everything they needed: a custom kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, and laundry room, with flexible storage space to boot.

The 423-square-foot tiny home was efficiently constructed as a single Plant Module, trucked to the site, and installed in a single day. On-site finish work was limited to utility connections and minor exterior trim and detailing, which included the lightHouse LivingHome’s signature, hand-crafted entry light, stair, and awnings.

Size

423 sq. ft.

Bedrooms

1

Bathrooms

1

Plant Modules

1

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Project design based off the LightHouse LivingHome Series

This project was inspired by one of our LivingHomes. Explore the original model and see a full list of available layouts and options.

Designer

Alchemy Architects

Alchemy Architects is a Minnesota-based architectural design studio dedicated to making stimulating, engaging, and efficient design more accessible. Founded by Geoffrey Warner, AIA, the team partners closely with both clients and carefully-selected builders to ensure a harmonious relationship between site, building, and community. Their award-winning work embraces “the luxury of less;” an architecture of restraint, and an efficient, but celebratory, use of resources and materials.

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