What is Tiny House?

What is Tiny House?

Tiny Houses, are also known as mobile houses or small houses. These houses might or might not have wheels and they are designed with minimalism principles and for maximum function in limited space.

Tiny Houses with wheels are "Mobile Houses" in accordance with the Traffic Highways Regulations in Turkey. If the dimensions of the Tiny House are bigger, they can be built without wheels as a fixed house. Tiny Houses are licensed and registered for traffic and they carry license plates. Thanks to this, you can park them wherever you want and experience the comfort of a house. You can take advantage of our Mooble House off-grid packages without being connected to the grid. Thus, you wouldn’t be constantly depending on one location.

Mooble House Tiny Houses turn the whole world into your land, regardless of whether it is zoned or not. That means you can live wherever you want.

Tiny House culture is an excellent alternative for parents who want to save their children from apartment life. You can live a life that is intertwined with nature and finally break the tablet-phone-television cycle.

How Did the Tiny House Movement Begin?

Tiny House movement started thanks to those who want to wake up in the morning by taking their first step onto the soil with the sound of birds…

Tiny Houses, also translated into Turkish as "micro house" or "small house", emerged in the 1970s as an objection to the increasing concretion and the alarming consumption economy. The fact that it emerged soon after the 1968 generation is hardly surprising. In the following years, the Tiny House movement was popularized in the early 2000s by legendary names Jay Shafer and Dee Williams.

Tiny House movement takes its roots from Hippies but the marketing success cannot be explained with this punk spirit alone. Today, the Tiny House movement has become a huge industry and market, with tens of thousands of manufacturers and hundreds of thousands of residents worldwide. From the most luxurious ones to the simplest models, various models of the tiny house are being built.

How Mooble House Tiny House Was Tested?

Tiny Houses, with their cuteness and comfort, make everyone wish they bought one and put it into their land. It turns the whole world into your land, regardless of whether it is zoned or not.

Is Tiny House a vehicle or a house? This question makes people scratch their heads. The fact that it is a licensed vehicle with a license plate, while providing the comfort of a house's kitchen, bathroom, bed and sofa, makes you answer "it is my mobile home". Mobile homes, which are a highly comfortable living unit in nature, stand out with their sturdy structure and equipment.

Tiny House isn't just for summer. It can be used in four seasons thanks to its appropriate insulation for its location. If you are dreaming of a house with few floors, a garden, a great view and that is easy to clean, Tiny House makes that dream come true.

The Mooble House team put the tiny house prototype through a 2000 km journey test. This test was a unique experience for the team that built the Mooble House Tiny House to inspect and improve the product from a user’s perspective.

What Are the General Specs of the Tiny House?

Tiny Houses usually vary in length from 4 to 8 meters. In terms of weight, there is a maximum weight limit of 3.5 tons in Turkey.

What sets Tiny House apart from other mobile structures is that it provides the comfort of a house to its users everywhere. Compared to caravans and tents, Tiny Houses stand out with their sturdy structure and equipment. For example, in a Tiny House, the kitchen sink, toilet and bed are of the same quality and weight as the ones you use in your house. On top of that, if you wish, your small house can also have comfort elements such as air conditioning, a dishwasher and an oven. In short, if you are one of those who do not accept any compromises on their comfort, even in the middle of desolate nature, Tiny House is ideal for you.

Inıtially, Tiny Houses might be understood as a summer only vehicle but their strong insulation and weatherproofing makes them usable in winter as well. By positioning your Tiny House in a summer town of your choice in the south, you can experience the summer in the most enjoyable way; and in winter, you can park your house in a forested area close to your work in the city. Thanks to this, you can sip your coffee in your own forest house after a short car ride on a Friday evening.

The first thing to consider when buying a Tiny House is the infrastructure of the location where you will position your house. Although they are widely used with a connection to the general city electricity and water network, Tiny Houses can also be self-sufficient depending on the equipment package you choose. Technology has no boundaries; from the ones that provide their daily energy capacity from solar panels, to the ones that produce fertilizer from waste materials of the toilet.