An interesting example of the tiny home life in practice, this marvellous build belongs to Lynton and Pi Davidson who work in the media industry but have now moved to the island of Jura in Scotland's inner Hebrides (where George Orwell finished writing 1984) where the local population is around the 200 mark. Built by Dutch tiny house specialists Liberté and designer Woonpioniers, it serves as both a tiny mobile home and office where the couple can live but also work.
It has a kitchen, sleeping loft, composting toilet and shower room plus office space and has a woodburning stove as well as solar power. The video below explains more about the whys and wherefores and is an excellent watch (put together by KLCK). You can read more about them and all involved at tinyboundaries.com.
Tiny Boundaries from KLCK. on Vimeo.