Minimalist homes seem to be a new fascination of mine. The idea of having to prioritize what really matters to you, as well as having to limit yourself to keeping only what matters, is something I find intriguing.
However, I can’t help but wonder if a home like this is ment to last a lifetime. As someone who doesn’t deal with small-spaces very well, I know I personally would be very uncomfortable spending extended periods of time in this vehicle, and the lack of mobility to move around and spread out would be frustrating. Or perhaps maybe that’s the point. Instead of spending a lot of time in your home, the minimalist construction forces you to go out and explore the world?
It would also be hinder-some, in my opinion, to have to look elsewhere to bathe yourself, and it would unquestionably be lonely to live in this ‘home’. I can’t imagine anyone being able to comfortably house a partner or a pet in the vehicle with them.
Still, it’s an overall interesting approach to figuring out what defines a “home”.
A side note, I kind of wish the article talked about the color choice of the vehicle. I’m not sure if I would enjoy spending hours in a vehicle with a neon yellow surrounding me. For me, an ideal home would have a more neutral and relaxing color palate.