The tiny house movement never ceases to amaze with its ability to pack so much in so little, but this "transforming castle truck" from New Zealand takes it to a whole new level. Crafted by an enterprising Kiwi couple, the whimsical home is completely road-legal when all tucked in. But when parked, it transforms into a micro castle with two rotating turrets (one holding a composting toilet and another containing a shower and small washing machine), plus a retractable roof that reveals a roof-top balcony with a hammock and bathtub. The home, totally off-the-grid thanks to solar power and a rain water collection system, isn't the least bit primitive on the interior either: there's a central kitchen with full-sized appliances, tons of built-in storage, and a sleeping loft with wallpaper featuring music and lyrics extracted from songbooks.
Head to "Living Big in a Tiny House" for the full story and photos.
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