Japanese Meets Scandinavian Design In Zen Inspired Tiny House

This zen-inspired tiny is a spectacular blend of Japanese and design. Packed full of super clever ideas, creative storage solutions and beautifully built, this is one you will definitely want to check out!

Several years ago now, we visited the Zen tiny in Byron Bay, Australia. There, Nadia and Kester had built a beautiful for themselves, which later would inspire Leah to build a similar home for herself, this time in Queensland.

Working together with the original Zen tiny builder, she has modified the original and updated it to work for her needs, including some impressive elements such as a cosy sleeping for her two children and a wonderful sanctuary bathroom space with bath tub.

Enjoy the full video tour of this very beautiful and creative tiny on wheels!

Find out more about this tiny and others on our website: https://www.livingbiginatinyhouse.com/japanese-meets-scandinavian-design-in-zen-inspired-tiny-house/

Presented and Produced by: Bryce Langston
Camera: Rasa Pescud & Bryce Langston
Editing: Rasa Pescud & Benjamin Newton

‘Living Big in a Tiny House’ © 2020 Zyia Pictures Ltd


  1. It’s so great to see a brand new take on an old favourite! There’s some seriously great design in this tiny house. I hope you’re all staying safe and well in lockdown and that you enjoy this new episode. Love Bryce & Rasa

  2. What I really like about these tiny houses are that it really brings out the creativeness of the designer (could be the owner or architecturer) . It always has something new and unique which I truly appreciate

  3. Wow.. Those draws in the kick-boards is GENIUS!!!!!
    I’ve never ever thought of doing something like that, but it makes so much sense for large trays!!

  4. So I’m thinking about £75,000 UK pounds. Not bad I guess for a mobile home of that size and quality. I wonder if the home-owner pays any rent for the land she is on. The size may be a problem if she has to move in the future.

  5. This tiny house is the most fabulous one I have ever watched in Youtube. Beautiful. The space is used very-very efficient. Wonderful.

  6. So basically algorithms brought the idea to her via video recommendations. Interesting to see, that “algorithms” doesnt always seem to be bad but, as in this case, are able to have a huge positive impact on the life of people. Not trying to get highly philosphical here, just something that came to my mind when she told her story.

  7. I know I have said this about the last 3 houses, but THIS one is my favourite thus far! I am about one year away from designing my tiny home here in Denmark, and this one is the most inspiring yet. Thanks Bryce!

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