Man Designs And Builds 160-Square-Foot Small House
Do you ever look around your house and wonder, “How did I collect all this junk?” After seeing this tiny home, we here at SF Globe are definitely considering a simpler life!
Alek Lisefski is a web designer by trade in his 30s. He doesn’t come from a family of gifted craftsmen, artists or designers. Even so, his mobile tiny home has been catching the attention of many new and old homebuyers.
In his attempt to “live a simpler, more conscious, debt-free life,” Lisefski told SF Globe he adopted the principle of tiny living. Lisefski said, “I believe that for our future housing to be sustainable, it needs to return to human scale. Our homes should include what we need to feel comfortable on a daily basis, but not more. Less space means less stuff — fewer things to clean, to maintain, to fix. All this means more time for introspection, gardening, getting back to the simple things in life.”