Thousand Crow is an innovative tiny house in Vancouver, a city known for its ridiculous rental and housing market. This 18.5 square meter home was constructed by Camera Buildings for Vancouver resident Isabella Mori.
The house sits on a trailer and a set of wheels, and can be towed to different locations without an additional permit. It consists of one primary space plus a door that leads to a small bathroom with a shower and composting toilet. The layout of the home is simple but intelligent, and leave a surprising amount of room.
This tiny house in Vancouver is the kind of intelligently designed dwelling that could help people afford to lead comfortable lives in cities with skyrocketing housing prices.
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