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Bryce Langston reveals his tiny home in New Zealand

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

Related: Bryce Langston’s North American tiny house on wheels… The campulance ambulance conversion!

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  • Diana
    June 15, 2019, 7:07 pm

    Bryce, I love your home! Great job! The seed of life is something I wear around my neck all the time and I so appreciate that being something you all have in your beautiful home. Sweet consciousness. You are such a doll. Lots of great features. Especially being off grid…I love all the built ins and I think the only thing I would have done differently would to have made the roof with gables for more space in the bedroom. But those skylights are awesome! Enjoy your home and know there are many out here who truly enjoy how enthusiastic and upbeat you are!

    • James D.
      June 16, 2019, 1:02 am

      There’s 5 types of Dormers… Gables is one, there’s also Shed, Hipped, Eyebrow, and Segmental (Arched Roof Dormer)… The Shed would be the one to give the most space to the loft as it can span the whole length of the loft but it’s often also a consideration on how it will effect the appearance of the house and each type has its own pros and cons to consider…

      But a common con would be the added wind drag while towing and added cost… It can be simpler to just use a minimum 5 degree pitch roof to maximize interior space but that can make it look too boxy unless you add architectural details to offset that effect.

      There are always trade offs and exterior design considerations will often conflict with the interior ones…

      • Lorraine C
        April 4, 2020, 4:10 pm

        Yes, true about drag and wind. Since it isn’t a race-car but a home, I seriously doubt that it will be towed at any speed over 50 mph. Would it really matter, then? I agree that a dormer would add to the design.

  • Nanny M
    June 16, 2019, 7:12 am

    AB-SOL-UTE-LY stunning! What fine taste you have.

  • Rae
    June 16, 2019, 8:30 pm

    Hey Bryce and Russ. Have you considered an incinerator toliet? It’s clean, efficient and doesn’t use water. If vented properly, there is no smoky smell. Lovely home. Congratulations!

    • James D.
      June 17, 2019, 11:21 pm

      But requires a lot of energy, either propane or electric, as well as other costs…

  • Katherine Thompson Whirley
    November 21, 2019, 6:00 pm

    What a beautiful little tiny home, I love it both inside and out!

  • Kat
    August 26, 2020, 11:20 pm

    Absolutely fabulous! Obviously extremely well thought out. I suppose one of the perks of Bryce’s job is touring so many tiny houses and learning from each of them (good and bad) and then condensing all of that knowledge into one tiny house! The high end craftsmanship really shows as well. It’s just beautiful. I look forward to his book hitting the shelves here in the U.S.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      August 27, 2020, 9:34 am

      Yes! He has such a cool job!

  • Adina
    October 3, 2020, 1:07 pm

    Hi Bryce,
    I follow you now more as an year with all your tiny homes, houseboats etc. and I really love it. Specially your music, which always calms me. Last week I found also your own youtube channel which unfortunately is pretty old and there came the last couple years nothing more. I knew from your show that you play guitar, but I was surprised what for a great singer you are. I would love it, if you would from time to time also publish more from your own music. This is really great music, didn’t matter, if you only play … but your voice is amazing. I love it to listen. Please add some more. Thanks and warm Greetings from BC/Canada. All the best and stay safe with your wife/girlfriend.

  • Linda Easton
    April 13, 2021, 7:36 pm

    I would love to hear more of your music. You and your wife have a beautiful home. I live in Canada. And just found a couple of your songs. You guys sound fantastic

  • Trish
    June 18, 2021, 2:37 pm

    Fabulous till you get to that loft, sorry, but that would be like sleeping in a coffin with the lid darn near closed.

    • James D.
      June 19, 2021, 1:15 am

      If you’re claustrophobic, sure, just about any enclosed space can seem that way then. Main issue would just be getting in and out as that would feel like going through a small tunnel, also doesn’t help the lights were off in that photo and darkened space tends to seem more confining, but the skylights and windows would really open up the space once you are lying down and can look out at the unobstructed view. Add, skylights that open can even give you the option to stand up and look out over the roof and take in the surrounding view.

  • Beverly High
    June 18, 2021, 10:04 pm

    Bryce, them you for the tour, your home is beautiful. Open, bright and clean in design. I like the taller counter, I’m 5’9″ so washing dishes can be back-breaking na standard 32″ base.

  • Marsha Cowan
    June 19, 2021, 2:06 pm

    Beautiful story, beautiful home! I watch your tiny house videos all the time and love the way you point out the tiny details that make such a huge difference. Your home has many small details that make it simply lovely and very practical. Thanks for sharing our wonderful home with us. Hope you find your own land soon.

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