Introduction: How to Build a Tiny Hut

Build the tiny hut only using very powerful double-stick tape.

We don't use a screwdriver and a screw at all.

Because how to use is easy, anyone can treat the double-stick tape.

Step 1: Spread Plywood

Spread plywood on the ground. Build the hut on this top.

Step 2: Put a Foundation

Put a foundation in a rectangular.

Step 3: Build a Pillar

Build a pillar. Attach a base and a pillar together with double-stick tape.

Step 4: Tie a Pillar

Tie a pillar with a beam and build a rafter.

Step 5: Fix a Pillar

Fix a pillar in brace. It is considerably firm in this state.

Step 6: Put Plywood on the Roof

Put plywood on the roof.

Step 7: Attach the Plywood

Attach the plywood only with double-stick tape.

Step 8: Put the Plywood on the Wall

Put the plywood on the wall. The thickness of the plywood is 9mm.

Step 9: Put a Cedar Board on the Wall

Put a cedar board on the wall and finish it.

Step 10: Put a Cedar Board on the Eaves

Put a cedar board on the eaves.

Step 11: Congratulation!!

It is completion!

Because I used only the double-stick tape, it was very easily built! ;)

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Comments

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Big5 (author)2016-02-20

ありがとう。私は本当にあなたの小さな小屋が好きでした。あなたのビデオを見て以来、私は日本の大工仕事上の別のビデオを見て、私はより多くを学ぶことに非常に興味を持っています。再びあなたの助けをありがとうございました。

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Big5 (author)2016-02-13

あなたはこの小さな小屋だけでなく、小屋の寸法のための材料のリストを提供していただけますか?あなたは9ミリメートル合板や杉板を述べたが、はるかに合板や杉板を二重粘着テープ以外の任意の他の電源と同様に必要とされたか、どのように示しているわけではありませんでした。必要とされる各アイテムの多くのこの小さな小屋とどのように構築するために必要なすべての材料の完全なリストを提供してください。小さな小屋の寸法も参考になります。ご検討のほどよろしくお願いいたします。


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ishiyasu (author)Big52016-02-17

この小屋づくりのコンセプトは無計画な計画を遂行する事に主眼を置いています。つまり具体的な寸法を事前に与えて建築するのではなく、場当たり的に現場で考えて物づくりをしています。材料が長ければその場で切り、足りなければ継ぎ足します。映像ではプレファブ的な作りをしているように見えますが、実はとてもアナログで柔軟性のあるつくり方を実践しているのです。理論や設計図に基づいてつくるエンジニアリングとは対照的に、その場で手に入るものを寄せ集めてそれらを部品として何が作れるかを試行錯誤しながら最終的に新しいものを作るブリコラージュ的な発想であり、我々はブリコルールと位置付けます。とても高度ですが大変やり甲斐のあるつくり方ですので、是非チャレンジしてみてください!

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Big5 (author)2016-01-29

Can you please provide a materials list for this tiny hut as well as the dimensions of the hut? You mentioned 9mm plywood and cedar board but you did not indicate how how much plywood or cedar board was needed as well as any other supplies other than the double stick tape. Please provide a complete list of all the materials necessary to build this tiny hut and how much of each item will be needed. The dimensions of the tiny hut would also be helpful. Thank you in advance for your consideration.

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diane.ullman (author)2015-11-23

Why didn't you give us the dimensions of the wood? Also, What do you do if you want a door? Can you paint it or finish the wood? I think that without treatment it might warp. Overall it looks very cute, but is it strong enough to be a storage shed?

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ishiyasu (author)diane.ullman2015-11-24

Yes!! It is very strong!! This style is bricolage! So I make it comfortably ;) Thanks!!

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Marcos_El_Malo (author)2015-11-22

Very interesting and clever approach. Could you add a close up photograph of the tape you used? Thank you!

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ishiyasu made it! (author)Marcos_El_Malo2015-11-24

Thank you for comment!! I added the picture. Use it as a reference! :) http://go.3M.com/ishin3

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Harryhersh (author)2015-11-22

A few dimensions would be helpful.

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ishiyasu (author)Harryhersh2015-11-24

That's right! Thanks!! ;)

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ishiyasu (author)2015-11-24

Thank you for comment!! We don't use a screwdriver and a screw at all. Because how to use is easy, anyone can treat the double-stick tape!! :)

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pmorse1 (author)2015-11-22

Would you give us the name of the tape you used? Thanks!

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ishiyasu (author)pmorse12015-11-24

The name of the tape is "Adhesive Revolution". Visit the link below for further details!! http://go.3M.com/ishin3

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pmorse1 (author)2015-11-22

You must live in a very warm climate as this would never work in our area with the heavy rains and deep snows we get. I love the idea, tho'.... it might work for a play house for my grandson down in my basement. Then when he is too old for it, I can take it apart easily and use the wood for something else.

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ishiyasu (author)pmorse12015-11-24

Exactly! I must live in a warm area:) It is easy to treat the wood!

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Kiteman (author)2015-11-15

Wow. Does it survive the rain?

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ishiyasu (author)Kiteman2015-11-15

Yes!! We survive!! Thanks! :)

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jjdebenedictis (author)2015-11-13

So cute! Very nice work. :-)

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ishiyasu (author)jjdebenedictis2015-11-13

Thank you for comment!! The hut is cute!! Thanks!! :)

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Uncle Kudzu (author)2015-11-12

Very interesting building method! The hut looks nice.

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ishiyasu (author)Uncle Kudzu2015-11-13

Thank you for comment!! We build the hut only using very powerful double-stick tape. It is very easy!! ;)

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BeachsideHank (author)2015-11-12

What a novel idea, and why not? Modern adhesive tapes are used in automobiles for attaching trim and body parts too, and can last for years without problems. Very clever!

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ishiyasu (author)BeachsideHank2015-11-12

Thank you for comment!! I want to make it in various ways from now on:)

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