Engineering a better (and cheaper) tiny house was the main goal.
Back around March 2016, I decided that I wanted to build a tiny home. I had a budget of just less than $9000. Maybe that seems like a lot, but I had to rent shop space, which did not include electric.
Designing a tiny house trailer from scratch was the first task. From there, designing and building the house itself presented several challenges. I cannot count the number of trips made to Home Depot.
After the shell was finished, Bing went through several interior changes, until I found the one that I have currently. This design seems to optimize the available space, without feeling "cramped".