Small is Beautiful: A Tiny House documentary

Issue 31 Words: Directed by Jeremy Beasley

There’s something alluring about the idea of a tiny house; going off the grid, paring down possessions and building a minute, but complete abode of your own.

Small is Beautiful documents the lives of four people at different stages in their own tiny house journeys. Twenty-something Ben is spending his inheritance on materialising his design, while Nikki and Mitchell are idealists, hoping to get in touch with their nomadic roots. Fifty-year-old Karen has been living in her tiny Oregon house for two years, and is working on growing the tiny house network around her.

Far from glorifying the quaint idea of living little, Small is Beautiful truthfully portrays the strains of designing, building and then adjusting to life in a tiny house.

Sanctuary was a media partner for Small is Beautiful’s Melbourne premiere.

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Cover of Issue 31
You can read more about Small is Beautiful: A Tiny House documentary in Issue 31 of Sanctuary magazine.

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