shipping container houses in amsterdam prove that small is better (video)
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We have talked to many small family residents who think small houses are happy houses.
To spread the word \"small is beautiful\", Jeremy Beasley is visiting a unique small house and recording the visit in the movie.
In the video above, Beasley visited a woman living in a container house in a student dormitory in Amsterdam.
Although the house is only 215 square feet, the young lady says she has all the rooms she needs, including enough space for her cat.
In fact, she likes her place very much and she has never seen herself live in a big house.
Beasley also visited a lady named Ingrid, who lived in a small family cabin in Amsterdam and believed that the smaller the better.
Watch the video above and make sure to go to the little house movie for more information.
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