The Japanese tradition of Shou Sugi Ban has been making an appearance on modern homes and cabins for a while. Now, Minimaliste is using the technique in a much smaller scale on their Magnolia Tiny House. The 10.5 x 34.5-foot dwelling features a two-tone exterior facade made from horizontally laid cedar planks along with vertical pieces blackened with the ancient practice. Sitting on a triple-axle trailer, the "mobile home" offers a roomy interior with a living area, kitchen, and ground floor bedrooms, as well as a central loft that acts as a storage space or guest bedroom. Large windows welcome in natural light, intensifying the bright, airy atmosphere from the all-white palette while dark wood floors and beams a rustic warmth.