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While the list of characteristics describing the ideal tiny house candidate is distinct, it appeals to an unexpected broad demographic.
But, similar to NASA, who brings in psychologists to understand how the small physical space of a shuttle will affect the mindset of astronauts, psychologists should be involved in tiny architecture planning.
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Tiny homes are generally between 100 and 400 square feet, and come in a variety of forms, from small cabins or a trailer to micro apartments.
Tiny houses are really interesting because people design and personalise them. The entire space revolves around a desire to live m...
*Inspirations for going tiny is environmental consciousness, self-sufficiency, and the desire for a life adventure.
But tiny houses physically demand particular social relationships that not everyone can manage. A family in a little house will likely feel cramped, which can creat...
Those who desire to live in tiny homes show two psychological mechanisms:
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The small spaces are usually less than 500 square feet and often on the wheels of a flatbed trailer. The narrow house tends to have a kitchen, bathroom, and sitting area, and usually a loft bedroom.
Tiny houses appeal to home buyers who are not interested in living large. ...
“The ability to simplify means to eliminate the unnecessary so that the necessary may speak.”
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Originally, dollhouses were not conceived as toys. The first baby-houses of 17th century Germany and Holland weren't even for children. They were objects for wealthy adult women to fill with expensive creations.
The first "playing" dollhouses were kitchens with miniature pans and copper ket...
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