This is Bryce Langston’s tiny home in New Zealand. If you’re a fan of Bryce and his hit YouTube series, Living Big in a Tiny House, you’ve probably been waiting years for this. And the moment is finally here, hehe.
Yup, this project started almost five years ago. Can you believe it? It’s a reminder of just how long it could take to plan and build your perfect tiny house, isn’t it? A tiny house is still a very big project. With only 160-square-feet to work with, you can see why Bryce took his time to get everything right. And yes, this little house on wheels was built to travel.
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Bryce’s magnificent 160-square-foot tiny home on wheels
Video Tour: Bryce’s New Zealand Tiny House on Wheels
- Took 5 years to design/build from start to finish (Bryce was busy with many other projects though)
- Bryce worked with architect Johann Bernhardt of Bernhardt Architecture to create the original design
- Named, “The Seed of Life Tiny House”
- Sacred Geometry principles were used to design the house with specific proportions
- The home is 20ft long x 8.5ft wide x 13.5ft high
- The cost to build it was approximately $65,000 USD ($100,000NZ)
- This is apparently 1/10th the price of the average home in Auckland City!
- Sparky Wood Stove from Waganer
- Rainwater collection system
- Solar power system
- Beautiful custom cabinetry
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