Tiny Houses in Germany: One Expat’s Story

Sieben Linden is one of many alternative communities that thrives in Germany.  Photo copyright dpa / picture alliance

Sieben Linden is one of many alternative communities that thrives in Germany. Photo copyright dpa / picture alliance

Germany might be well known for big ideas in fields like green energy and engineering, but it also supports a thriving counter culture, which means that thousands of small groups and individuals are also trying their hand at making the world a better place.  A Wagenplatz is one form of collective living (almost entirely) unique to Germany.  In the video below, an American expat living in Germany talks about her own tiny house, how she renovated it herself, and why she chooses to live the way she does.  Could you imagine living in such a small space?

By | 2017-03-21T23:17:16+00:00 May 14th, 2013|Click Clack Gorilla, Expat Life, General, German Culture, Living in Germany|Comments Off on Tiny Houses in Germany: One Expat’s Story

About the Author:

Nicolette Stewart is a freelance writer based in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. She discusses books at www.bookpunks.com and life in Germany and tiny houses at www.clickclackgorilla.com. Find her on Twitter @bookpunks