- The Tiny Housing Co has created the Natura, an environmentally friendly tiny home on wheels with a bedroom, living room, kitchen, and bathroom.
- To emphasize the importance of eco consciousness in the build, its maker included solar panels, a water filtration system, “efficient” insulation and appliances, sustainable materials, and the option to upgrade to an Eco Package.
- The Natura build recently skyrocketed in popularity amid the pandemic, receiving three times more webpage visits than any other tiny home that the UK-based company offers.
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The Tiny Housing Co has created the Natura, an environmentally friendly tiny home on wheels with a lofted bedroom.
The tiny house, which sits on a trailer for easy transport, was built to be both eco-friendly and luxurious. It’s also not the only little living unit that the UK-based tiny home builder has in its lineup: the curved Natura is
With Covid-19 forcing many of us to work from home, some have given extra latitude to the definition of home — both figuratively and literally. Tax issues aside, if your employer allows it and you have the cash to splurge, then you can a rather more luxurious approach on where you work.
As short term hotel bookings have taken a hit through the pandemic, the hospitality industry have been publicising long stay packages in order to stabilise the otherwise sporadic revenues of the current situation.
Step in the One&Only Reethi Rah Resort in The Maldives, whose advertised “Work and Stay” package aims to attract the well-heeled professional. These packages start at a cool $42,600USD for 28-nights for two guests on a half-board basis.
Situated on one of the largest private islands in North Malé