Renowned for his one-square-meter house, German architect Van Bo Le-Mentzel continued his tiny house experimentation by launching a utopian village on the grounds of Berlin’s Bauhaus Archive. With permission from the design museum to utilize temporarily their garden, residents can park, and live in, homes here no bigger than 10 square meters, as long as they provide a bed for “a person in need” (e.g. refugees, homeless).
Lacey has been living in her tiny house for more than 3 years. Her tiny home was built on the foundation of an old camper that Lacey bought with the intent to refurbish it, however after finding out that there was a lot of rot in it, she decided with the help of friends to build a tiny home on the trailer foundation of that old camper. In this video she details the build, her lifestyle, the ups and downs of living this way, and a final message about the peace it brings to her living simply.