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Drive a house to see the world

By Diana Porumboiu on October 26, 2015

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A nomadic lifestyle is not for everyone, but even so, more and more people realize that we don’t need much to be happy. Why struggle your entire life for the perfect big house that contains so many unnecessary stuff? It’s all about culture and the angle from which we look at happiness. One cool couple knows this best and decided to live the nomadic lifestyle in their tiny, mobile home.

Brian and Joni Buzarde built a 236 square-foot, named it “Woody” and started their life as nomads. It might be a small place for living, but they have the entire world to see, and it’s not tiny for sure. They carry with them the bare necessities for a comfortable lifestyle: like a fridge, a cooking area and storage units.

A beautiful detail is the window placed right above their bed, so they can go to sleep watching the stars and wake up admiring the blue ski, the rain, the sun or whatever this unique painting frame can offer every single day.

Wondering why this DIY home on wheels looks so good? Well, Brian is an architect so unless you graduated architecture or you have a passion for carpentry, you will need a handy friend that will help you start your nomadic lifestyle.

 

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