(N.Morgan) Escaping the hustle and bustle of civilization to live in a tent may sound crazy, but for Bryce Langston, it’s only temporary location.
At least the tent part is only temporary. Bryce is the host of the YouTube channel, Living Big in a Tiny House.
Along with being in the middle of constructing his own tiny house, Bryce travels near and far to visit other people who have jumped headlong into the tiny home building movement.
He seeks out stellar or unusual examples of the trend and interviews the homeowners while touring the homes.
Bryce’s childhood was spent in a pretty comfortable “McMansion” in a fairly upper class, coastal suburb of Auckland, New Zealand.
He doesn’t knock his childhood home, though.
He thinks it was a perfect way to grow up, just that it’s not sustainable or sensible for everyone in the world to live in such grandeur.
Instead he’s trying to blaze a trail in novel ways of living smaller, to make room for the rest of us.
So how did he end up staying in a tent?
Bryce’s own tiny house is still under construction.
It’s a long-term project with a lot of attention to sustainability and permaculture on the property.
In the meantime, the charismatic Kiwi built a snazzy deck, an even snazzier bathroom, and set up one of the coolest tents we’ve ever seen.
The Lotus Belle tent was designed by two women who wanted to build a tent you wouldn’t mind spending a lot of time in.
Bryce put his own touch on their concept and took it to another level.
He’s moved right into his tent full-time until his house is completed.
From the sink to the stove, it’s got some pretty amazing creature comforts hiding inside.
Bryce is leading the way for people who want to live a more simple and natural life.
Who no longer want to be a rent or mortgage debt slave.
This way of life style offers freedom and independence to enjoy life in the most basic ways possible.
In the video below, Bryce gives us the grand tour of this amazing tent and shows us all of the amenities this tent boasts, including a tree house style bathroom with an adjoining bridge.