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This is Culture Campsite, a campsite with a collection of micro shelters you can stay at in Rotterdam, Netherlands. The cabins can be locked from the inside as well as the outside, and bed linens are included.

There are currently twelve structures (or objects, as they are called) to choose from, all with their own styles, quirks, and originations. Sanitary facilities are available on the campsite, as well as a common living room and terrace. The kitchen has all the necessary cooking supplies, and food, drinks, and snacks are available for purchase. Wifi is also included. Which is your favorite?

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Quirky Micro Shelters in this Rotterdam Campsite

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Images via Culture Campsite

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This is the eXpanse tiny house (2.0) by Tiny Heirloom. This little house is not built on wheels, instead, it’s built on skids.

It’s designed to be multi-purpose. Meaning, one could use it as an accessory dwelling unit, a tiny home, a guest house, an office, or an AirBnB. It lives like a small one-bedroom apartment (300-sq.-ft.) and starts at $79,900. Learn more below!

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The eXpanse 2.0 Tiny House on Skids by Tiny Heirloom… Has First Floor Bedroom

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This is the story of Barbara Diaz and her micro cottage on wheels that she designed and built herself just a few years back. And believe it or not, it’s still not completely finished! Don’t we hear that a lot from many tiny housers?

It’s almost like a home is never really finished right? That’s probably because we’re always evolving and changing (and so is just about everything around us), so as everything changes, so do our needs, and therefore, so does our home! So anyway, here’s an update from Barbara and her micro cottage on wheels down in Florida (Okeechobee). Unfortunately, like many other tiny homeowners, Barbara ran into issues with parking when the RV park was sold, but she ultimately overcame the problem and found a new home in a nearby park.

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Barbara’s Okeechobee Florida Tiny House Life (A 2020 Update)

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This is the Urban Chalet. It’s a modern tiny house on a foundation in Lexington, Kentucky that you can vacation in.

This inspiring, modern guest house was designed from the ground up for guests to live, work, and rejuvenate in a quiet place.

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Urban Chalet Modern Tiny House Vacation

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Images via Airbnb

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If you thought assembling a bed from Ikea was a headache-inducing experience, imagine being tasked to build a whole (if tiny) house for pennies on the dollar.

That was the assignment tasked to two Danish architecture students who were challenged by Ikea to create an adaptable living structure that would use as few materials as possible, as cheaply as possible. (You can see where this is going: Ikea is totally going to flat-pack a house eventually).

Ikea Flat Pack Tiny House

Image via Digital Trends

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This is the Conker by Conker Living. It’s a spherical tiny house concept created by an ex-Rolls-Royce engineer Jag Virdie. The modular and spherical design offers approximately 107 sq. ft. of space inside.

I now look forward to witnessing the legacy of The Conker™, the ultimate living space with its infinite possibilities. How will you use yours?

Would you consider a spherical tiny house like this? Maybe even more than one on your property?

Ex-Rolls-Royce Engineer Designs Spherical Tiny House

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Images via Conker Living

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This is the MV MiniVilla Tiny House.

The MV MiniVilla is a dismountable home, with all the amenities you need.2

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MV MiniVilla Tiny House in the Netherlands

Photos © MV MiniVilla

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This is the PodShare coliving concept in Los Angeles. It’s a membership-based live/work community, kind of like coworkspaces but you can also spend the night here. You get your own bunk bed with charging stations plus access to a shared kitchen and bathroom.

The catch? Your bunk has no privacy! But that also means no funny business. PodShare provides toiletries, toothpaste, clean towels, and food. Would you ever consider staying in one of these? Have you ever tried working out of a coworkspace?

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The PodShare Coliving Concept: Membership-based Cohousing

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This is Truck-a-Float. It’s a floating micro shelter in NYC built using recycled truck caps.

Architects Matteo Pinto and Carolina Cisneros wanted to create a houseboat to live on in the summertime in New York City. The owners of Marina 59 in Far Rockaway, Queens had given them the space to build something (they paid the slip fee). Inspired by the hundreds of used truck caps they saw for sale along the highways of New Jersey and New York, they decided to build a floating home using a cap as a prefab roof complete with windows and screens.1

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Floating Micro Cabins Built w/ Recycled Truck Caps

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