The two-bedroom Evoke tiny reveals an apparently simple open-plan layout where sophisticated details make a difference. It comes either as a 10-meter-long (32.8 feet) or 12-meter-long (39.3 feet) house on wheels with three floor plans to choose from. In either version, what makes Evoke stand out is the master bedroom with an en-suite bathroom.
Sleeping accommodations are one of the most challenging issues when it comes to tiny homes. Loft bedrooms offer multiple advantages but are not everyone's favorite due to size restrictions, difficult access, and lack of privacy. Main-floor bedrooms can also be too small and feel isolated despite the benefit of better privacy.
It doesn't get more luxurious than that – the comfort of enjoying a spacious bedroom with easy access to the bathroom without being completely separated from the rest of the house. The bathroom also boasts contemporary luxury. It's minimalistic yet fitted with the best equipment. The standard version includes a conventional toilet, but customers who prefer greener features can opt for a composting toilet. There's also enough room for a comfortable shower cabin and a large vanity for extra storage.
Last but not least, this elegant master bedroom comes with a separate entry – another plus when it comes to tiny homes. Beautiful glass doors literally open up to the outdoors, creating a seamless connection between the interior and the exterior. This also ensures the best views at any given time. Additionally, this configuration with separate entries and sliding French doors also turns the Evoke tiny into a perfect vacation rental in a natural setting.
The lounge area includes a discrete dining nook with a foldable table and elegant chairs. The elegant design and setup make it versatile enough for other functions as well, such as a home office or cozy reading area. It doesn't seem out of place inside the living room. Instead, it acts like an equally sophisticated multi-purpose extension.
In addition to the large windows that flood this entire part of the house with natural light, the lounge also opens widely to the outside. This is one of the characteristics of New Zealand-based tiny home designs, with a heavy focus on the indoor/outdoor connection. The lounge is always designed to blur the lines between the inside and the outside when the weather is right and to invite those inside to enjoy being outdoors as much as possible without sacrificing comfort.
All the flooring comes from sustainable sources and is specifically adapted to meet the requirements of the local climate. The design team also chose the best materials for the bathroom walls. In terms of kitchen appliances, the builder claims to offer the best choices while also staying on budget. Although boasting a luxurious appearance and lavish comfort, the designs in the Evoke range are meant to be affordable for their size category.
Pricing for the Evoke tiny home starts at NZ $199,000 ($119,600), and it depends on further customizations. This is in line with the brand's fundamental philosophy that puts affordability before anything else. Beyond the aesthetic look and clever design, tiny homes on wheels were meant to offer as many people as possible access to high-quality housing, and this is what the Evoke tiny is all about.