The vast majority of micro houses on the market are designed to be upscale and efficient, but this one is intended to go in a different direction. Designed and built by Vice magazine online editor, Julian Morgans, the tiny home consists of a design that is created entirely using salvaged materials, garbage and recycled pieces. The Australia-based Morgans created the dwelling with a focus on efficiency, and the final product is a dwelling suitable for a single person.
The tiny home is essentially a small shack that will offer a great place to stay during good weather, yet doesn't offer much when it comes to shielding inhabitants from the elements. The design helps to reinterpret conceptions when it comes to micro houses and what they can look like as well as what can be used to create them.