opdrachtgever: Dif Report
Granted, tiny houses are not a new phenomenon. People used to live small before World War II, packed with whole families of 10 kids or more in a home that now houses one person. Things have changed since then. Wealth has grown and that wealth had to be shown –amongst other things – in square footage. We started to live bigger and gather more stuff, stuff for which we needed more space. Somehow we ended up in a vicious circle of working hard to pay of a mortgage for our large homes and then working even harder to be able to catch a break from it all in expensive resorts where we could lay our heads to rest and enjoy some much needed free time.