Meanwhile, on the other side, the kids have a sleeping loft upstairs in the other tiny house (not pictured, unfortunately). This secondary tiny structure is where the family has their sitting room as well, in addition to the kids’ playroom.
Living on a tiny footprint may seem extreme and radical to many. But at probably around 400 square feet, this home could be considered ‘small’ rather than ‘tiny’, and as some have pointed out, countering the negative environmental and social impacts of the “bigger is better” myth may require the radical approach that the tiny house movement advocates. In the end, it may be about finding that middle ground, where more sustainable housing is of a small rather than tiny size, where the big revolution happens. More at Viva Collectiv.