That’s the question at the forefront of Sanctuary Magazine in its latest issue, focusing on tiny homes.
Sanctuary profiles five outstanding tiny-footprint homes that demonstrate the art of plenty in small things and explore how small you can go go while maintaining a good quality of life:
- The owners of a gorgeous tiny house in New Zealand are relishing the experience of living a life less ordinary
- Builder-designer Sally Wills showcases her affordable 7-star tiny home
- A Japanese-inspired compact house of just 50 square metres has an uplifiting living space
- A backyard subdivision for a tiny house demonstrates how our cities can be improved for sustainability and affordability
- A Sydney micro-apartment shows how the tiny house movement is not confined to houses.
And there’s so much more in the latest issue of Sanctuary. There are articles on building with hemp, gas versus efficient electric appliances, the Nightingale apartment model, plus the magazine’s regular host of profiles of beautiful sustainable homes showcasing the latest in green design and technology.
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