The residential real estate market in Vancouver offers relatively expensive housing, so people can hardly allow their own houses. But you need to live somewhere, so you have to come up with ways to get out of this situation. In Russia, the privatization of a small area in the region and your own construction of a small house on it would help in Russia. In Vancouver, a woman found another option – she hired a company for the construction of a tiny house on wheels, which she can move to any place convenient for her.
Isabella Mori is tired of expensive rent in Vancouver, but she has no money for her own house. Therefore, she hired a local Camera Buildings company for the construction of a tiny house, which she can afford on finances. Her house size 18.5 square meters.
The tiny house was put on a trailer, so that it can be towed to any place, and Isabella did not have to buy a piece of land, which also costs a lot of money in Canada. In her new home is very comfortable and there is everything that is needed for life. Living room, bathroom, bedroom, kitchen, toilet and shower. The main residential area is separated by two steps and has a hidden sliding bed, as well as an additional storage place specially designed by Camera Buildings designers.
The kitchen is located along the left side of the house. And the house as a whole does not look as cramped as it seems when you call its area – only 18.5 square meters.
Siding for the home is made of cedar. Window frames are made from the same material. Parquet floor is made of processed wood. Among other things, the windows are made in such a way as to ensure good natural ventilation if necessary, but at the same time the isolation of the house is very good – it is made of hard foam and mineral wool.
Autonomous electricity was carried out into the house, and the gas column provides hot water according to demand.
The cost of the structure has not been disclosed, but Camera Buildings says that after Isabella, new customers appeared for tiny houses of this type with autonomous systems. Among them are those who want to put their house on wheels, similarly to the Mori project. And there are landowners who have a tiny plot of land and they want to place a small house on it like that.