Tiny Houses Broadening Horisons.

The wave of modular style living is taking on many forms as ingenuity and craftsmanship is meshing to create unique and freer lifestyles for those more idealistic minds among us.

This movement also incorporates many of the standards and inspirational aspects of the sustainability movement by encouraging the incorporation of recycled and discarded materials, while also minimising the waste of energy through integrated smart systems such as composting toilets, solar systems and reduced ground impact. The above video highlighted a wonderful story about a boat builder/carpenter who tasked himself with the challenge of creating his very first commissioned Tiny House project.

Please view to discover the many amazing insights this revolutionary new take on the traditional style of living may hold for you.


“The small house movement is a return to houses of less than 1,000 square feet (93 m2). Frequently the distinction is made between small (between 400 square feet (37 m2) and 1,000 square feet (93 m2)), and tiny houses (less than 400 square feet (37 m2)), with some as small as 80 square feet (7.4 m2).[5] Sarah Susanka has been credited with starting the recent countermovement toward smaller houses when she published The Not So Big House (1997).[3] Earlier pioneers include Lloyd Kahn, author of Shelter (1973) and Lester Walker, author of ″Tiny Houses″ (1987). Henry David Thoreau, and the publication of his book “Walden” is also quoted as early inspiration” – (wiki/Tiny_house_movement)