One of the biggest issues in tiny home design is where to place the bedroom. Some swear by the loft, others prefer the headroom that comes from having everything on a single level.
Building a home takes time, even if you opt for a pre-fab option. But with the newest offering by the UK firm Ten Fold Engineering all you have to do is press a button and your home is built within ten minutes.
As you’re probably already aware, perovskite solar cells have the greatest potential of being the most prominent source of solar energy in the near future.
Living in a glass house isn’t always practical, and more often than not, it’s also not very sustainable.
The so-called Cliff Haven is a home that was built into a cliff in Utah, back in the mid 1980s. Located in the picturesque Montezuma Canyon, it is entirely self-sufficient and can function completely off-the-grid.
One of the things I love about being a freelancer is the ability to work virtually anywhere I please, even from the sofa or bed.
Families don’t typically opt to live in a bus converted into a home, that’s more for young adventurous couples and singles.
France has quite a budding tiny house movement going on and the local company La Tiny House has just unveiled yet another great creation.
This tiny home was designed by Thomas Alabaster of Contemporary Shepherd Huts based in Suffolk, England.
There are many ways you can obtain a tiny home if you are looking to downsize. You can either commission a firm for a custom-built one, purchase an already constructed one, or build it yourself, whether from scratch or inside a repurposed shipping container, for example.
Attics are often converted into small apartments, and this one, located in Moscow, Russia, is a great example of such renovation projects done right.
The tiny home maker Alpine Tiny Homes of Utah has just unveiled yet another new tiny home model. The so-called English Rose is a single floor tiny home, which is quite large and therefore spacious, but still towable.
Looking for the perfect kitchen for your tiny home? Well look no further, because the Swiss firm Kitchoo has the perfect all-in-one solution.
The tiny house movement has come a long way these last couple of years, which has led to many innovative approaches to constructing these sustainable dwellings.
The Olive Tree House is a tiny summer cabin that was designed by Greek architect Eva Sopéoglou. It is located in Halkidiki, Greece and operates completely off the grid.
Using earth to build a home has many sustainable advantages, while also keeping costs down. And a rammed earth home can also be very modern.
Flatpack furniture has got to be one of the best inventions ever made, since it has greatly simplified shopping for furniture and/or moving.
It’s always great to see green tech used to better the world. The so-called Dominican Light Project has set out to provide a source of light in the form of solar power lanterns to the poor in the Dominican Republic for only $5 per person.
How would you like to wake up with the view of an active volcano out your bedroom window? Residents of the so-called Phoenix House in Hawaii can.
Richard Ward of Dallas, Texas has decided to sell his tiny house and downsize to an even smaller home.