His micro studio apartment hidden inside of an old work truck

Jason takes us on a tour of his mini studio apartment on wheels, which is actually inside of a box truck. He out this van so that he can live in the space while attending grad school and avoiding the high prices in the city.

———-CREDITS—————
PRODUCED & HOSTED BY:
Jenna Kausal

VIDEOGRAPHER:
Matt Alexander
https://aerialexcellence.us/

EDITOR:
Marcia Trader
http://www.marciatrader.com

ADDITIONAL MUSIC: https://www.epidemicsound.com/

OPENING MONTAGE DRONE SHOT: Jonathan Benabed

ADDITIONAL PHOTOS / VIDEOS PROVIDED WITH PERMISSION OF THE HOME OWNER

#microstudio #tinyapartment #microstudioapartment

00:00 Intro
01:05 Why does Jason live in a van?
02:31 Nothing to see here! Hidden in plain sight
03:24 Off-grid options, deck, & gear-age
07:17 do we get inside?
07:28 Micro apartment tour
13:40 Yes, there’s a bathroom
14:13 A period of transition w/ low expenses

20 Comments

  1. Nice! I like the stealth and simplicity of it. There’s not a lot of distraction, so easier to have more full on attention to knock out the study stuff, and probably a good sleep with the enclosure of that space.

  2. You’ve built a good solution for your situation, but you need to include an emergency egress window or hatch so you can exit the vehicle if your path through the cab area is blocked, as by a fire in the engine compartment or from the dash… The dummy ventilation hatch you have over your window is locked externally by toggle bolts, which means that you cannot use that as an emergency egress.

  3. This is the second time seeing this build and it’s still my favorite build.
    I would love to live in this style of van. It’s amazing.

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