Tiny Home for the Rich and Famous
Tiny houses aren’t just for minimalist couples looking to downsize — they’re for rich Hamptonites, too.
At least, they will be if retail entrepreneur Christopher Burch’s latest venture, Cocoon9, catches on.
Along with his lifelong friend Edwin Mahoney, Burch is elevating the way we think about prefab, tiny houses.
“The goal was to create a thoughtfully designed product that is simple and elegant and can be used for many different functionalities,” he told the New York Times.
Basically, he’s marketing three modular units (from 160 to 480 square feet) as “plug and play” pool houses, guest houses, or other additional structures to sit alongside existing luxury homes. The smallest, 160-square-foot unit starts at $75,000.