For some, the idea of living in a tiny house can be a nightmare: where would you put the kids? What about your clothes, shoes, stuff? For others, the idea of shedding all that stuff and moving into a tiny house is liberating — emotionally and financially. And for some of these intrepid tiny housers, even a teeny tiny house is too big.
At least, that’s what Richard Ward of Dallas, Texas discovered during the last few months living in a modified 2010 Honda Element, travelling around the country for the last four months. Previously, he was living in Terraform One, a beautiful, 250-square-foot tiny dwelling that he designed and built with the help of Artisan Tiny House. Ward began his road trip ostensibly to find another place to park Terraform One, but he’s now decided to sell it…
Terraform One is a lovely gem of a house. It’s built out of structural insulated panels (SIPs), which offer more structural strength and insulation than a regular stick-framed structure, and it sits on top of a 32-foot-long gooseneck trailer.
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