Is desire to live modestly while conserving resources

Is a “tiny home” for you? Small houses have
recently taken the housing market by storm, captured the imagination of
alternative housing enthusiasts with its dollhouse façade, sustainable
strategies, and quality craftsmanship. It is a trend that is sweeping home
improve channels. Generally between 10 to 40 meters, tiny homes come in all
shapes and sizes. As more people across the globe move into the city, living
space becomes a precious commodity. The purpose of this essay is to identify
the challenges of how talented architects and designers indulged themselves to
design small but perfectly formed buildings. Today, minimalist architects have
turned in a more focused way to creating works that may be diminutive in their
dimensions, but are definitely big when it comes to trendsetting ideas. They
seek new concept of creating a home that is just as comfortable as it is
functional and aesthetically pleasing. In fact, small houses are no longer
synonymous with cheap houses and lack of privilege. Whether in Japanese cities,
where large sites are hard to come by, or at the frontier between art and
architecture, small buildings present many advantages and push their designers
to do more with less. Terence Conran said that just because living space is limited
in scale, it does not have to limited in style. 
This essay argues the motivation of architects behind the tiny house
movement that likely revolves around a desire to live modestly while conserving
resources through environmental consciousness, comfortability of the
inhabitants and the desire of them for a life adventure as inspirations for
going small. Thusly, minimalist around the world demonstrates the challenge of the
showcase in creative possibilities of compact dimensions. The research topic
compares carefully thought out, purposeful design of a tiny home to that of a
spaceship. Just like NASA is advised by psychologists to understand how the
physical space of a shuttle will affect the ethos of astronauts, so should
architects work with psychologists to build tiny homes. While the list of
characteristics describing tiny house enthusiasts is distinct, the movement has
appealed to a surprisingly broad demographic.