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3 Tiny house plans: Can you handle living in these tight quarters?

Simplicity is the new sophistication: how many square feet are needed to live? The architects seem to have raised the challenge of answering this question in recent years with their creations.

Some experts point out that you can live in the space of about 115 square feet that is part of a non-isolated housing, and there are those who go further and are committed to building portable houses of about 82 square feet that we can even be purchased online – “Please, two log cabins, to take away!” said no one ever.

Whether you’re looking to downsize for financial freedom or a smaller environmental footprint, you’ll be pleased to know that a whole market has sprung up to offer a full array of tiny house plans and micro-homes brought to reality, that are not only affordable but also beautiful.

The ‘Fight’ to Build the Smallest House in the World

Another issue is whether it can be considered a dwelling or an enclosure in which one can barely move.

However, the greatest in the recent trend of the Tiny House Plans style is that some of its creators were also focused on helping refugees or people affected by natural disasters, making it accessible for them to start again, recovering something as special as a spot for living.

On the other hand, we live in a world where there is an overpopulation, which is evident in many countries of the world. An interesting way of sharing space and get the balance is to dissipate, in a good sense of the word.

Big Things Come in Small Packages: Tiny house plans

Watch out, big mansions! The millennials already started wondering: why don’t I have a Tiny House like those?

Not suitable for claustrophobic (3 square feet)

Do you find it cumbersome to live in a 100 square foot apartment? I dare you to the 3 square foot partial log cabin!

If you feel like being alone or the word ‘coexistence’ does not go with you, take note. Despite how small it is, it looks quite comfortable, at least in its interior and on its instructions and sketch plans. In my opinion, more than being a house to be in it on a daily basis, it seems ideal to place in a garden and be used as a reading corner or to get a heads up.

In any case, the Van Bo Le-Mentzel crystal cottage is what you can get for the meager price of $1 per night to rent in cities like Berlin, with included access to a kitchen and bathroom within the nearby area, for example.

Living in an egg (3 square feet)

Tired of the expensive rents paid in Beijing, the young Dai Haifei decided to build his own mini house on the street and following a very novel design: nothing more and nothing less than an egg-shaped dwelling.

With the goal of having a sustainable home, he used bamboo logs to create the interior and lined the outside with sacks of chips and seeds that grow to form a layer that protects from the cold.

It is a less than $300, and is an idea from a newly graduated architect. It is a comfy place that eventually will merge with the ground since the seeds will start growing. First, you laugh, then you start to think: not bad, huh?

A bike-house for nomads (10 square feet)

It seems impossible, but you can live in a tricycle house of 10 square feet without missing anything. The secret is that the structure of this peculiar micro house is made of polypropylene, a material that allows it to unfold like an accordion.

Plus, this particular pedal-trailer is translucent, so that it takes advantage of the street lighting. In spite of the reduced size, you will still find a washbasin, cooker, bathtub, table, and bed.

So would you consider moving to one of those little mansions? Certainly, technology is continually boosting even in the simple ways, and it won’t be surprising in the neat future, the biggest houses of the world could get to the size of our pockets with only a press of a button!

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