The Puna 352 is designed to be the smallest permit-able dwelling in Hawaii, while still incorporating a spacious U-shaped kitchen, a small bathroom, walk-in closet, and a storage loft. The high ceilings make this tiny home feel bigger than you'd expect. Build it on a slab foundation or raise it up on posts. Add a satellite bedroom or two. Make this your home, guesthouse, or vacation rental.
The Puna 352: simple + sustainable = your Tiny Paradise.
Want a closer look? Watch HGTV's Tiny Paradise - Episode 3: "Tiny Bamboo Bungalow" on YouTube:
VIDEO EPISODE! Growing Together: Tiny Bamboo Bungalow - Puna 352
In this episode of "Growing Together", David Sands, the Chief Architect and Co-founder of Bamboo Living, chats with Angela Sugar about her Tiny Bamboo Bungalow! Get an up close and personal view of this tiny home, recently featured on Episode 3 of HGTV's Tiny Paradise.