A new life in Tiny
Far from everything, close to the essential, a credo that could define the quest of these new nomads who are abandoning their homes and an overbooked lifestyle to take to the road driving their Tiny-House.
For Louise and Matthieu, 25 years old each, the decision to buy a small itinerant wooden house was strategic. A medical intern, Matthieu did six-month internships in different hospitals for three years. "Either we moved every six months or we only saw each other on weekends," says Louise, a physiotherapist, a profession where requests for replacements in the regions are common.