Although this model is too small for what I personally envision myself living in, what you have put together is truly inspiring. It’s easy to see the pride in your work. The wet weather you filmed in made the “V house” look even more cosy and inviting. Thanks for the upload.
Is this a joke, this is the stupidest thing I’ve ever seen. That toilet is disgusting and would stink up that little shit hole, and who the hell wants to have a bath everyday, have you heard of a shower? And buddy giving the tour, take your hands out of your pockets and the dick out of your mouth when you speak.
overall nice house, however, there could be some thinking over with the bathroom situation. a) why would one need a sink in the bathing room, if there is no toilet? no one would have a bath in the tub and then want to wash their hands. b) why would you put the toilet next to the kitchen? smells? c) shouldn’t the toilet be with the sink in the bathing house? I mean, say someone uses the toilet. Are they expected to go outside and around to wash their hands? I think if you had thought this issue a little further, you would have an overall super house :)
Why a separate bath house? Wouldn’t it be less expensive and far more convenient to have made the house larger? No counter space to prepare food whatsoever and no room for a sofa or comfortable chair. This tiny house it truly too small. Just a few more square feet would be so much better.
I have a question about the legality of such a small house: I’m not sure if this applies to BC as well, but in most US states, houses are defined by strict building codes, and anything under 500sqm (if I’m not mistaken) is considered illegal and has to be built on a trailer to circumvent such restrictions. Given that same or similar regulation exists in BC, how did you manage to legally build this house on that property without putting it on a trailer?