Tiny Mobile Home

Shared Joy

Jedi Council Member
This video shows a nice and practical model of a tiny wooden mobile home, which provides for lodging, cooking, traveling , with many ingenious features that provide living space.

Don't know how many can afford it, so FWIW

_https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZtsLtsYJLmc
 

Solie123

Jedi Council Member
Ever since I've come across these tiny homes, I've had an absolute obession with them. :P I personally find them to be super practical, and perfect for a minimalistic life style. I love tiny homes!
 

BrendaH

Jedi
I liked it!! I'm not a fan of tiny houses so I would never use it as my real house but I would like to have one to bring it with me when I go on vacation, I prefer places sorrounded by mountains, meadows, forests and if I could go there with one of those tiny houses it would be amazing :D
 

nicklebleu

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
Shared Joy said:
This video shows a nice and practical model of a tiny wooden mobile home, which provides for lodging, cooking, traveling , with many ingenious features that provide living space.

Don't know how many can afford it, so FWIW

_https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZtsLtsYJLmc

Thanks Shared Joy for the link - it's beautifully made ...
 

Nielow

The Force is Strong With This One
Very cool, thanks for sharing.

Here's another tiny home, not mobile, but built with a Russian 3D-Printer:

http://apis-cor.com/en/about/news/first-house

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xktwDfasPGQ


:thup:
 

Shared Joy

Jedi Council Member
I'm glad you like it too.

It gives me the impulse to travel and discover while you have a place to return to. :)
 

Shared Joy

Jedi Council Member
And if you have a larger family or circle of friends, here is a revamped model of a tiny house:

_https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lHjJd4tkvSU

and here's a more resistant model made to survive earth changes: Monolithic domes: Living in the danger zone

_https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l6242_W8-8M
 

Nico

Jedi Council Member
Late news about the PTB banning tiny houses aka "smart way to live in peace" in USA.

_http://thefreethoughtproject.com/tiny-homes-banned-criminalize/

The major argument turn around independence from the energy grid.

A big priority for tiny home dwellers is their reduced environmental impact. Many are capable of producing all their own energy from solar and wind, collecting rainwater and reusing graywater. Not depending on utility inputs naturally makes a lot of sense, especially for a tiny home on wheels.
Even those who put their tiny home on a piece of land away from crowded spaces – with the intention of living off-grid through renewable inputs – are considered outlaws if they don’t hook to the utility grid.
This of course ensures that utility companies, which are big donors to political campaigns and profit immensely from government-enabled monopolies, will always get their cut from every household.

As always, habitual fear and closed mind is the real fence preventing true freedom.

Clearly, the emergence of tiny homes is being met with fear, and the resulting banishment of freedom, by too many towns and cities across America that can’t quite fathom this shift in the way people think about living.
It’s one thing to be concerned about safety issues, but the imposition of minimum square footage requirements and mandatory connections to city utilities is mindless authoritarianism.
Let’s hope places like Fresno, CA and Rockledge, FL, which are specifically allowing tiny homes on wheels, can help their more “traditional” counterparts embrace the future.
 

placematt

Jedi Master
FOTCM Member
I have been very interested in these ways of living for sometime. The tiny home is a great idea, especially that if you have somewhere you can park it, the cost is relatively inexpensive. My personal opinion though has been more in line with the earthship. A guy called Michael reynolds in New mexico USA designed these houses made from mostly recycled material. built into the earth they tap into thermal heating and mass of the ground. Very interesting ways of living that provide a cheaper alternative than a normal house that has utilities bills every week!
 
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