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Tiny House The Exbury Egg: Off-Grid Workspace

by: Yvonne Doff
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The Exbury Egg: a home or workplace shaped like an egg, built from natural resources and inspired by nesting seabirds. You might think you are dreaming, but it exists in the United Kingdom. An egg with the size of a small student dorm, created from wood, floating on the Beaulieu river in the UK. Are you familiar with this piece of art?

Tiny House The Exbury Egg: What Is It?

On the shore of the river Beaulieu, you will find a teeny tiny house called the tiny house Exbury Egg, a floating off-grid workspace designed by Stephen Turner. The artist created the tiny house egg with the help of PAD studios and SPUD design studios. Turner designed the egg as an artwork, a place where you both can work and sleep, a place to think, to explore life around you. The egg is a kind of boat, tethered in the Beaulieu river in Exbury, rising and falling with the tide.
Drawing Exbury Egg

Tiny House The Exbury Egg: A Calendar Of All Seasons

You can see the egg as a blueprint of life: an egg symbolizes new life, renewal, protection, and fragility. The cool thing about the egg is that it is made of wood, so it evolves and changes by time, as the wind scours it, and the sea bleaches it.

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Tiny House: How Does It Look Like?


                                           Tiny House The Exbury Egg: Floating Off-Grid Workspace: UK

You can see at the picture and clip above that it is an egg-shaped building. Inside you will find Turner’s collection of found objects, digital imagery of his surroundings, and personal maps. The egg has all the necessities you need, such as a desk, a hammock to relax, a kitchen with a stove, and a sink. There is no running water, but the artist was smart to use a hosepipe. He made use of solar charges because there is also no electricity. Besides a workspace and a tiny home to stay, the Exbury Egg is also an educational tool, and local students are observing the design, the 'building,' and the installation of the egg.

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The Exbury Egg constucted from wood

An Egg-Shaped Tiny Building! What Was Turner’s Primary Goal?

Turner wanted to develop something with natural elements so we can re-appraise the way we live. He hoped, with this egg-shaped building made out of wood, that we adequately consider sustainability as the future use of natural resources. The artist is interested in exploring a more empathetic relationship with nature, which shows the valuable and natural cycles and processes, and the relationship of the environment with the narratives of human activity.

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The Exbury Egg interior

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Tiny House The Exbury Egg: Off-Grid Workspace

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