Couchsurfing is cool. Students need have no fear about ending up on the streets.
But what about a tiny house? So much space despite the small surface area…
Such houses could provide the solution for the lack of affordable living space in cities.
At the vanguard is the state of California, where movable homes have recently been legalized.
A charter school in San Jose is going one step further by offering students courses in how to build tiny houses on wheels.
Organizations or private individuals can lease patches of their backyards and rent them out to students.
This allows students to make their home on campus or in local residents’ backyards.
A home run.