OK, my latest thinking. The quonset has dormers on each side which is connected to stacked shipping containers. The sea-cons can be porches or room expansion. The quonset ends are flat so you can attach dome-like extensions. I used an octagonal shaped dome in keeping with standard 90 degree building technology. And yes, you don't have to use shipping containers, but they are ready-made steel frames. And you could just as well dock your tiny house on the side of the quonset.
Someone asked me what kind of people would live in my dwellings. I am a bungalow person, smallish but bigger than a tiny house. How to live in a smallish house is living in your mind instead of living by your body. The body requires space and stuff, both of which can be costly. But you can do whatever you imagine, so make choices. Yoda could live with the Hulk (they both are green and powerful) but the Hulk (a big guy) changes into human (a tech stuff buff) who requires lots of space and Yoda ("mind" you) requires less space. If you figured it out, I'm am hooked on what can be built from available stuff today because even if you become super-human, housing design moves like a glacier. I'm just breaking the ice (for tea). You must enlist your powers and "built to suit."