Smaller House, Larger Life
“Making the choice to live small in a yurt or tiny house is no quick decision. However, if you want to reduce your carbon footprint, connect closely with the people you live with, be one with nature, cut down on material possessions, or want to live a more green and sustainable existence, the lifestyle might be perfect for you. Intrigued? These experienced tiny dwellers have a lot of useful insight into the experience of inhabiting tiny structures like yurts and tipis to make the most out of living in them.
Kelly Hart — Green Homebuilding.com “Living in a small space can be an opportunity to focus on what is really important in life, without the constraints of too many material possessions demanding attention and financial support.”
Keith Bauer — CBNordic.org It’s super nice to be in a round space with a vaulted ceiling. It just has a great feel. The absence of sharp corners is what makes it so pleasant, but it’s not obvious to the user at first. It’s only when you’ve spent time in a yurt do you realize why it’s so comfortable.
Owen Geiger — Natural Building Blog “I encourage people to do lots of research before building. There are hundreds and hundreds of great tiny house ideas. Start a digital file and folder to save the photos and videos and tips you come across. Go back over this content repeatedly until your perfect house design naturally emerges.”
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