This tiny home was build in a super fast time, for a fraction of the price of a regular home.
Tiny homes such as this one are becoming more and more popular, and when you realize the benefits on living spaces like this, you’ll understand why.
The global economy is still reeling from the financial crisis of a decade ago, which has left the property world in tatters.
Many people can’t afford to buy new homes, especially those who’s foot is not even on the property ladder yet.
This coupled with the expanding conscious of the younger generations means people who are unable to buy homes are looking for other ways to own their own home.
Perhaps 50 years ago the practice of building your own little eco-home would be considered strange, but now it is all the rage!
Eco-living is really coming into fashion, with people being constantly awakened to the harsh way humans have been treating the planet for so many ways. The planet must be sighing with relief that sustainable living has now become cool.
This pre-fabricated house is made from re-modeled parts and is erected by the construction company in just a 10 day time frame, with minimal disruption to the surrounding environment.
The minimum impact this type of home has on the environment is reducing the globe’s collective carbon footprint.
The fact that these types of homes are designed to be in natural habitats such as the forest encourages gathering of firewood for heating rather than being connected to the grid, and using fossil fuels to heat your home.
These homes are designed and built by the company Bio Architects, and range from 280 square feet to 1,400 sq ft cabins, with prices between $23,00 and $100,000.
Living within nature is changing a generations idea of what ‘modern living’ means.
Would you like to live in a tiny home like this?
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