The Greenhouse of the Future is an innovative and strategic design, built of recycled and natural materials. The technologies and concepts that have inspired the design of this greenhouse have been proven by over 40 years of research and development by Michael Reynolds’ Earthship homes as well as the many studies on passive solar greenhouses.
This is a rare look inside someone’s underground tiny house sided shelter. Most people that buy shelters keep quiet about their details, but this particular customer is happy to share. Inside the shelter’s temperature stays steady between 59 and 63-degrees Fahrenheit thanks to being buried deep underground. It has bunk beds for four a bathroom, living room, kitchenette, and escape hatch.
Dylan Magaster recently visited Linsey in Morocco where she created a Tiny House cottage and eco village from bdobe brick with the help of Work Away team members. Work Away promotes volunteering, family exchanges, homestays, farmstays, working holidays, travel buddies, language learning and cultural exchange. If you want to travel, learn, and work, check out Work Away.
I am a 61 year old English woman, settled in Morocco for the past three years. I am creating my own Nirvana with the help of like minded souls of all ages. Presently I share my space with 15 chucks (including rare breeds) , Lila my little Maltese cross, Booby out new puppy guard dog, and Cuzco as well as our potential ‘mouse catchers’ Lulu, NC and Teabag.
I am not an expert in natural building, self sufficiency or eco living, I enjoy working cooperatively, as part of an enthusiastic team, experimenting, and learning together to do the best we can.
Kev & Jan are empty nesters who’ve built their own debt-free tiny life that includes a flipped workweek. They only work weekends now thanks to their own tiny mobile juice & smoothie bar business – which gives them time to travel and spend more time together.
Bryce Langston from Living Big In A Tiny House visited Kev & Jan and got the full tour of their tiny home. They built it themselves for just $54,000 AUD (~39,000 USD). That price included a rain water collection system and a $9,000 AUD (~$6,500 USD) solar system.
It’s a larger tiny home measuring 14 m long and 9 m wide (~45′ by ~10′). In addition to the spacious interior size, the home also has a large folding glass door to capture the view and a large bathroom/dressing room with dual vanities.
Amie and her husband are now debt free, have a successful online business, and are selling their tiny home to travel the world full time. All of this came from taking the tiny house plunge. Amie tells the story in the video below. Learn how to start your own nutrition business on Aimee’s website. To learn more about this tiny house, visit Tiny House Listings.
A popular trend in the world of tiny houses on wheels is to build the home 10-feet wide. While this is over the road limit of 8-feet, 6-inches, most people don’t move their tiny homes often and obtaining a temporary oversize load permit to move the house is usually not too hard to obtain.
The builder of this home is Nelson Tiny Houses, located in Nelson, British Columbia. The homes they build are always filled with beautiful custom woodwork and every detail carefully thought-through. Subscribe to the Nelson Tiny Houses YouTube Channel for more videos from this tiny house builder.
Bryce Langston recently visited Dolly in Australia and got a detailed tour of her tiny house on wheels. Dolly’s house was designed to fit her perfectly. She has two lofts; one of which is two-tiered and just the right height for Dolly to stand-up. Below this loft is a walk-in closet that she can stand-up in too! When you’re small, tiny houses can be enormous! For more great videos like this subscribe to Living Big In A Tiny House on YouTube.
Video and image by Living Big In A Tiny House. Skillshare sponsored this video by Living Big In A Tiny House. If you’re one of the first 500 of Bryce’s subscribers, you can get Skillshare for 2 months free. Learn more about Bryce’s Skillshare deal here: https://skl.sh/livingbig3
Architect Mike Reynolds is in Puerto Rico giving a tour of an Earthship Villa project currently under construction. It’s composed of multiple rooms that are each tiny house sized. Like all Earthships these homes make their own water, power, and are completely independent of the grid. The walls are made from used tires filled with compacted dirt and in this example the roofs are ferrocement domes. Learn more about this novel construction method at Earthship Biotecture.
Video and image by Earthship Biotecture. The earth ship will be used as a community center to bring this community together. Learn more about Taina Soy Apiario, the organization partnering with Earthship Biotecture on this project.
The folks at Tiny House Tours recently visited with Megan and got the full tour of the fire truck she converted into a tiny house by herself. She and her daughter are living full time on the road.
Megan bought the truck for $2000 and did all the work herself with some advice from her dad. The truck is off-grid, has a simple 4-jug water system, small functional kitchen, and basic toilet setup. They use campground showers for bathing. For more amazing video tours like this subscribe to Tiny House Tours on YouTube. To learn more about Megan, follow her adventures on Instagram.