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Last year we reported on a really neat tiny house concept called the Aurora that promised to grow in width at the push of a button, allowing it to be both compact (and road-legal) to tow, and spacious while stationary. The novel dwelling, designed by Canada's Zero Squared, is now on the market for US$88,900 including furniture...Continue Reading Compact tiny house expands in size to offer mor
Cardboard is surprisingly hard-wearing stuff and, besides packaging, has been used for such varied projects as a bike helmet, prototype bicycle, and a guitar. Amsterdam-based furniture company Fiction Factory recently released a novel modular tiny house built from cardboard that can be assembled in just a day and comes in multiple sizes and configurations. ..Continue Reading Modular tiny hous
The small living movement tends to be all about sacrifices and compromises – there's only so much that can be done with such limited space, after all. That said, those with the means to spend some extra money can look forward to improved amenities, high-end materials, and gadgets a-plenty in their tiny house. Join us as we take a look at the best new luxury tiny houses on the market. ..Contin
Premium British bag manufacturer Billingham has launched a new small shoulder bag called the Billingham 72, aimed at users of fixed lens premium cameras and those with small mirrorless bodies. The Billingham 72 features a new padding design that puts a double layer of high-density foam all around the body of the bag in a continuous form that leaves no spaces between the sides and the base.Traditi
Google has just announced Google Clips, a new hands-free camera that takes photos for you. Instead of having to pull yourself out of special moments to shoot photos and videos, Clips will capture moments so you can be in them.Software is at the core of the camera, meaning Clips can be made smarter and more powerful over time as Google continues to push out new updates.Clips can capture a 130-degr
It looks like the success of Nintendo's nostalgic plug-and-play mini-consoles has inspired Retro Games to try the same trick with the Commodore 64 -- but this mini-C64 can also make new games. ...
With its high-end materials and luxury features, the Alpha tiny house, by New Frontier Tiny Homes, made a big splash last year, so it was with considerable interest that we learned the firm has revealed its successor, the Escher. The dwelling features a similar overall design to the Alpha, but includes some important tweaks to make it suitable for use as a full-time home for a family of three
You may love your cat, but would you design your home around its needs? That's the case with the aptly-named El Gato (or The Cat). Designed by Alpine Tiny Homes, the firm behind the Tiny Giant and Brown Bear homes, the pet-friendly dwelling includes some cat and dog-friendly additions, and has an unusual layout inside. ..Continue Reading El Gato tiny house designed with felines in mind Cat
Timbercraft Tiny Homes impressed us with its previous two models, the large cottage-like Denali, and the similarly-proportioned Retreat, which sleeps up to six people. Those who aren't into the recent supersized tiny house trend may prefer the firm's latest design, the Ridgewood, which recalls the styling of those two homes but does so in a smaller, more manageable package...Continue Reading
As the tiny house scene has grown, so has the size of many of the homes being built and relatively large tiny houses seem to be the new norm nowadays. That said, the recently-completed Pemberley from Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses is definitely one of the biggest we've seen yet. Measuring 37 ft (11.2 m)-long, it includes some well thought-out additions to make daily life more pleasant for the fam


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