Inhabitat has featured lots of tiny home designs over the years. Many are breathtakingly gorgeous, with sleek exteriors and energy-efficient furnishings. In fact, they look a lot like miniature versions of the McMansions we see crowded into every subdivision from California to Charleston. But if you’re willing to live in less than 400 sq. feet of space, chances are you’re looking for a dwelling that stands out from the crowd, rather than blending in. That’s why this Portland micro house, part of a tiny home village built by Jeffrey Gantert and Brad Bloom, caught our eye. Built largely from reclaimed materials, both the interior and exterior are hardly what one could call ordinary.