“Now and in the coming years we face a large number of challenges, including in the field of sustainable use of raw materials, reducing carbon dioxide emissions, thermal transfer, climate adaptation, increasing biodiversity, developing new and sustainable economic opportunities and expanding the housing stock. Current challenges and other challenges appeal to human creativity, the ability to think outside the box and the courage to take new paths, ”the group said.
Tiny House is a new form of living with a clear philosophy. This relates to small, integrated and detached homes with a maximum floor area of 50 sq.m. with the least possible environmental footprint. In 2017, five of these homes were implemented in Hurdegaryp, so the idea is already ‘tangible’ in the area and can be evaluated.
The group believes that Tiny Houses can actually contribute to sustainability goals, increase housing stock and further differentiate housing supply, in line with the diverse housing needs of home hunters. As a partial solution to a much broader problem, Tiny Houses is a good example of required ‘outside the box’ thinking.