Pro-Gamer Builds Epic Tiny House With Crazy Computer Set-up

This professional online gamer and YouTuber has built an amazing tiny house for herself with an epic computer and live-streaming set-up! For all those tiny house loving gamers out there, this is definitely a home that will make you swoon!

There are lots of reasons why people choose to live in tiny homes. One of the biggest advantages though is that it reduces over-head expenses and allows people to follow their passions in life. In todays episode, we meet Nessa, a professional gamer from Germany who built a tiny house on wheels in order to pursue her unusual career.

Gaming and YouTube requires quite a bit of equipment and for that reason she had to design her tiny house around the spatial requirements of her computer, gaming equipment and live-streaming set-up for YouTube.

Beyond that though, Nessa’s tiny house is completely functional as a home and is incredibly well designed. Here, she has everything that she needs to live and work from home in her chosen profession.

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Presented and Produced by: Bryce Langston
Camera: Rasa Pescud & Bryce Langston
Additional Footage: Nessa Elessar
Editing: Rasa Pescud

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


  1. I gotta say, this to me is THE tiny house channel. The other ones just don’t even hold a candle to the charm and character that Bryce and Russa bring to the channel

  2. Just recently I´ve seen the (my) first tiny houses in Germany… Facing prices of around 200 – 300.000€ for buying a proper 65²m apartment close to any larger city it totally makes sense to rather have a tiny house and some freedom around it.

  3. I like the kitchen area. I like a kitchen that can double as a countertop you can temporarily store books etc when you are not cooking. I would find a way to make the sink more hidden so that a chopping board or something can cover it so the kitchen countertops feel like more continuous counter space.

  4. That is really a great way to show how she contained her work and interests as well as leisure space inside a small box showing how thinking outside the box can contain it inside

  5. Hey Bryce, really great video as usual, one day I would like to build my own tiny house. Can you tell me the music at the end of this?

  6. I was a little bit perplexed when she termed 70s / 80s as VINTAGE — but then I realised 1970s was nearly 50 years ago. Yikes! —6 MARCH 2020

  7. so odd, have never seen a tiny being build by adding the second layer on top like prefab. that was a surprise

  8. I love, love, love this home!! So many design ideas and household items I would love to live with. Furnishing your tiny home with slightly more luxury things is a fab way to not feel like you’ve had to compromise hugely. Thank you, Nessa, for sharing. Kudos to you and your family.

  9. I immediately knew at the first seconds of the video that it was in German and like it was very close to were I live! I would have loved to tell you that this channel inspires me to build a tiny house myself, love from Germany

  10. The problem with this project is the location. The house in a dense neighborhood without open space. This flaws the main idea of a tiny house with big windows surrounding by nature. The house loses its main advantage over regular standard houses. Anyway the cost for this house ( 35K EUR) is really affordable. Worth any penny.

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