Having a home that meets your needs but doesn’t consume all of your resources is a way to step back and enjoy life more.
“It’s a small space but, for us, that’s a benefit,” says Schatz. “We think more about what we bring in, we spend more time outside.”
This young couple, who recently became new parents, live in the Dunbar neighbourhood of Vancouver, BC in a laneway loft house.
In this article on WE Vancouver.com they talk about living large in a small space and explain how laneway housing can be a solution for a young families who wish to live in high-priced downtown Vancouver.
View the floor plans for Brendon and Akua’s 500 sq. ft. laneway loft.