These incredible tiny sphere shelters are completely suspended from the trees around them. They’re built by hand by the creative engineering genius, Tom Chudleigh, from Free Spirit Spheres in Qualicum Beach, British Columbia, Canada.
Tyler & Sarah from Life vs Art are full-time van dwellers in Vancouver, BC, Canada. A couple of years ago they calculated that they were spending close to $18,000 per year on rent which is quite a hefty sum for some.
Patrick and Thomas from the Rewild Homes Team built the Blue Heron tiny house to be completely off-grid with a Morso wood stove, 6 x 285 Watts of solar power, rainwater collection, and a Separett composting toilet. The house is built on a 24 foot, 2 axle trailer, and it measures approximately 200 square feet.
Accessory dwelling units (ADU) are small homes that can be built in the backyards of larger homes, in cities where they’ve been approved. They’re also sometimes known as carriage, coach, or laneway houses.