From the bloggers at Tree Hugger.
One criticism levied against tiny homes is that they are too small. Why get a tiny house when you could get a lighter RV for much cheaper? There are some distinct advantages to tiny homes, though: besides the allure of DIY customization and having a space that can be made to really feel like ‘home sweet home’, tiny homes can also be winter-proofed for year-round living.
Now, Canadian builder Zero Squared is proposing a compromise: a tiny house with two RV-inspired bump-outs on either side that can expand or retract at the push of a button, allowing it to enlarge from a road-worthy 8.5 feet to a more roomy 15 feet in width, coming in at a total of 337 square feet in area.
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