Our Urban Tiny House In New Zealand

so many years in the works, I’m so excited to finally be able to share a tour of our very own tiny house on in New Zealand. I started this project almost 5 years ago now, and it’s wonderful to now be able to share the finished home with you. For those of you who have been following my journey since the very beginning, you’ve been waiting a long time for this one!

At roughly 15 meters (160 square feet) this tiny home is completely off the grid, generating all of its power from the sun and collecting rain water. It’s designed to fit into the dimensions for legal travel on ’s roads

To find out more about the details and construction of this tiny house, be sure to visit our website: http://www.livingbiginatinyhouse.com/the-seed-of-life-tiny-house/

Currently parked up in an urban driveway, this home is designed to be simple, affordable and easily relocated, as what first attracted me to the idea of tiny homes was the concept of being able to own a home without owning the land that it sits on. While the home may be simple, it’s everything that we need! I hope you enjoy the full tour.

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

‘Living Big in a Tiny House’ © 2019 Zyia Pictures Ltd


  1. See me live at the West Coast Small Home Expo! Virtual Tickets are available which means you’ll be able to join me from anywhere in the world! Click here to find out more: http://bit.ly/2W2sT4s – There are loads of great speakers and lots of great information for those of you who would like to kickstart your downsizing journey. You can watch the event live and replay for two weeks after. Tickets are only CA$15. I hope to see you there!

  2. Me: opens YouTube app.
    2yo : house video
    Living big in a tiny house channel: hits upload on their tiny house project.

    My daughter’s (8, 5 & 2yo) and I love your channel and all of us are so happy for you to finally move into your own project.

  3. Here where I live they have started making rules and regulations against us from having a tiny home they won’t allow us to live in such a small home

  4. Love your home and love your channel. Thanks Bryce and Rassa you guys rock. I may pinch some of your ideas in the future.???

  5. Bryce just love your channel and always enjoy watching you tour other folks’ THs. However this is one of the best just literally because of the fact we finally get to see the completion of your dream, but also so heartwarming to see passion and pride that is so evident within you as you present this. You are right to be proud….that is one gorgeous TH. So pleased for you. Keep inspiring us. Looking forward to future updates and hopefully news of land purchase in the not too distant future. Good luck in all you do. ??

  6. Bryce, you have created a beautiful home. Much respect for using local craftspeople and sourcing locally. The paua details are beautiful. You and Rassa have created a lovely tiny home community. Be proud. 🙂

  7. Hey ! Firstly, I would like to say that your home is beautiful as well as your channel ! Then I have a question : will there be something over the kitchen ? I hope it is not lost space haha ?

    From France ??

  8. Love this, what an amazing little place to call home. You deserve all the success and I look forward to more vids from you guys. This is by far one of the most awesome, inspiring and informative channels on youtube. ???

  9. Bryce, you look so happy ^^
    I don’t think I’ve seen you this happy before. Also a nice tiny house!

    I guess, I’ll never be able to live in a tiny house ’cause my parents (my mother) are pretty messy and I kinda inherited it a little bit. Although my room is BY FAR the most organized in the house, I don’t think I’d be able to compromise this much – only my room measures roughly 20 square meters. I could see myself living in one of the larger “tiny” homes. But the odds could also be that I’ll never have to move out of my home because my grandpa lives next door (in a townhouse) in as much space as we live in even as (for short) a family of six. He’s a bit older now and you can see that…

  10. No i know why you are so good at delivering your dialogue and being so good at interviewing. because you’re a former actor

  11. Yall snapped

    Honestly though I’m so happy for you guys. I’ve been watching yall for writing and design inspo for years ❤️

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