WASHINGTON — It’s been pointed out before that tiny houses aren’t all that big; most of them are about 8.5 feet wide, or about the width of a road-worthy trailer. But what if tiny houses could grow in size once they’ve been set up somewhere?
That’s the idea behind the Aurora, a tiny home with slide-outs that can help it expand to a total of 374 square feet. Created by Canadian company Zero Squared, we covered the Aurora a couple of years back, when it was still a concept, but it has now actually been built.
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