News of the tiny house in France and abroad

This blog is about the tiny house movement. It provides information on the laws and regulations governing the construction and habitation of tiny houses, as well as the investments required for their construction. In addition, the interior design of tiny houses is discussed, as well as water management, electrical autonomy and the use of dry toilets. This blog gives an overview of the benefits and challenges of living in a micro-home, and how to make it comfortable and safe.

The "tiny house" movement is a social and architectural trend that has gained ground in recent years. It is based on the idea of living in a small, sustainable dwelling, often mobile and built according to a set of guidelines to ensure safety and sustainability. They can be built to be completely self-sufficient and use renewable energy, and are often designed to have as little environmental impact as possible.

They range in size from a few metres to a few dozen metres and cost from 20,000 to over 100,000 euros. While the idea of living in a tiny house may be appealing, it is important to be aware of the laws and regulations relating to tiny house living, and the investments needed to make it a comfortable and safe living space.

You will find all these topics in our articles. Enjoy your reading! The Bimify tiny house team.


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