"We have to have the back of those who stood on guard for our country."
And the technology can be used for bigger homes, too.
Smaller homes in infill developments are becoming an alternative to condo towers.
Only $20,000. But read the fine print.
From a shipping container-turned-home to a tiny trailer, these spaces are seriously small.
"It’s a way for young people to own their own home when they’re 20–something."
Fraction of the size, fraction of the cost.
The 145 sq.-ft. units would feature a bathroom, kitchen, and sleeping area.
"There’s lots of wasted space in normal houses that you don’t get in a tiny house."
The treehouse on Pender Island has 165 sq. ft. of living space and cost $8,000 to build.
A family in Victoria is looking for a place to put the 350 sq. ft. home they're building.
Just because these spaces are small doesn't mean they can't be beautiful.
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When it comes to our homes, how much space do we really need? Vancouver-based design company, NOMAD, is out to prove that