The tiny house movement has become wildly popularized as more and more individuals are starting to crave a micro dwelling that can open up their options for happiness. For architects, there is a keen desire to master the challenge of creating a space where everything has a purpose. And for individuals, the movement answers the burning questions and changing attitudes of privilege, wealth, and materialism.
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The tiny house movement is sweeping the nation, and many people have chosen to forgo a consumer-culture lifestyle and minimize both their owned items and owned living space. However, just because a house under 400 square feet is cheaper than a larger home doesn’t mean it isn’t hard to save up for. As most prospective …