21 comments

  • garrett says:

    How much energy do those panels provide? Cost?..cool pad!

  • June says:

    This tiny house is really livable to be so small. How many square feet?

  • Bob says:

    Sustainability is fine, but there is no global warming …its a lie. Check the real data.

    • different Bob says:

      Site moderator: please block this user for inappropriate use.

    • Lisa E. says:

      Right. That’s why both of the Polar Caps are melting and the Polar Bears are drowning to death. Take the blinkers off before you drive your car.

      • Carrie adams says:

        The red couch/bed system is insane! I want to sleep here!
        The polar caps are N O T. Melting and polar bears are N O T drowning? Come on THINK for once.

  • Carol says:

    I really like it. What is the reason for the slanted wall to the right, over the sink/counter?

  • Mike says:

    Interesting. Lots of good design ideas.

  • Deanne says:

    Nice documentary! 🙂

  • Truman Green says:

    Nice house and wonderful narration. You might like to do a serious personal investigation
    of whether there is any “peak oil.” There’s enough oil to last
    for one thousand years at the current rate of usage. Most’
    of it is just a bit deeper than most of the Western wells go now.

    The Russians know all about it.

    Global Warming is also not happening except the small amount
    of local warming that the geoengineering project is doing.

    • AmAnda says:

      @trumangreen that’s a joke right?

    • gunguru01 says:

      How’s that kool-ade taste? 🙂

    • Ryder says:

      Very true about no peak oil. I’m about to win a 10 year bet on “peak oil”, modeled after the famous Simon/Ehrlich wager in 1980. We were supposed to be hitting Peak oil years ago, and so naturally oil prices should be at astounding heights, but of course as we know, the price of oil has actually gone down over 10 years… and there is a lot of oil left. Centuries worth at least. More discovered all the time.

      I’m always happy when people find a life they love in a tiny house, mine brings me great joy, but it wasn’t built out of any fictions. It’s a sound mode of living in its own right, and needs no justification.

      Those talking “kool-ade” should look at the glass they are holding in their own hand before speaking.

  • Lori says:

    Interesting ideas in there. Carol, that slanted wall seems to be part of a built in slender ladder to that little loft. You can just see the edge of the mattress in the first two pictures of the kitchen. I see no other reason for that slanted wall to be so deep otherwise.

  • Julia says:

    Excellent. Rounded corners on worktops tells me this is designed with true vardo-understanding. And look! Free energy. Lots of it.

    Oz, you’re the boss. Of everything

  • Ryder says:

    Sounds like a Yank! 🙂 A well engineered space! Well done.

  • Mohairs says:

    Very intelligent and thoughtful – interesting to listen to him about the Tiny House and about life in general. 🙂 May they live a very blessed life in their wonderful house!

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