As housing costs continue to rise and the Covid pandemic rages on, many people are reexamining where, and how, they live—and tiny homes have never been more appealing. Some are trading in larger houses for cabins, micro-homes—and even boats—that promise a closer connection to nature and financial freedom. And as the projects below show, even the smallest spaces can offer mighty living experiences.
35 Square Feet Per Person: This Norwegian Wood–Wrapped Tiny Home Was Built for Freedom
43.5 Square Feet Per Person: This Tiny House on Wheels Will Take You Anywhere You Want to Go
53.75 Square Feet Per Person: A Tiny Cabin in France Makes 215 Square Feet Feel Nearly Boundless
60 Square Feet Per Person: This Futuristic Prefab Tiny Home Is Now Available for $50K
60 Square Feet Per Person: A Tiny Timber Cabin Takes Root in a Russian Forest for $13.4K
65.5 Square Feet Per Person: This $118K Micro-Cabin Is as Elegant as It Is Efficient
66 Square Feet Per Person: A Shipping Container Is Transformed Into an Off-Grid Tiny Home for $23K
81 Square Feet Per Person: A New Zealand Couple Build a Tiny, Cedar-Clad Cabin for $72K
94 Square Feet Per Person: The Ursa Off-Grid Tiny Cabin Is as Sustainable as It Is Stylish
94 Square Feet Per Person: A New $98K Prefab Tiny Home Sports a Space-Age Aesthetic
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