Hank is an architect student who bought a bus for his final project.
He was tired of doing projects that weren’t real. They were just on paper.
Hank’s grandfather owns an 80-acre parcel of land in Wisconsin where they wanted to build a tiny cabin on the land.
But because of building codes and zoning regulations in the area they were only allowed to build a cabin so small.
So for the last few years, they’ve been discussing the idea of buying a bus and turning it into a cabin to use while on the property.
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I encourage you to learn more about this awesome bus conversion to mobile cabin project below (there’s even a video tour and interview with Hank below):
Interior of the School Bus to Mobile Cabin Project
Hank When he First got the Bus
More Interior Photos of this Modern School Bus Conversion
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The Glory Hole
Floor Plan & Bus Design
Video Tour & Interview
Final Preparations Video
As you’ll learn in the video Hank had to complete the project in 15 weeks because it was his final project to complete his Architecture degree.
One of the most exciting parts is that he’s doing a month-long experience by going on a 5,000-mile journey to use the bus in various scenarios from cities to National Parks.
And it won’t just be Hank. It will include his family and friends too.
And he’ll be blogging about this along with the tiny house movement. I don’t know about you, but I’m excited about it. I’ll keep you posted! And you can follow Hank directly right here.
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