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Tiny houses

The idea of minimal living, an international fad, has fallen on fertile soil in New Zealand, thanks to our national housing crisis and shifting ideas about the way we want to live. For some people, a tiny house is the only home they will ever afford to own. Others are stepping off the treadmill of modern life to ask: How much space does a person really need?

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Arno Gasteiger

Arno Gasteiger specialises in exploring contemporary issues and presenting them in a thoughtful body of work. He has been a contributor to NZ Geographic since issue 1 and produced more than 90 major assignments with the magazine.

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http://www.arno.co.nz

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