Bill Bennett August 18, 2014 11:56 PM That would not get hot on the inside in the sun, right? Michael Crumpton August 19, 2014 01:42 AM Get the price down 75% and you have solved the homeless problem. Noel K Frothingham August 19, 2014 02:13 AM Bill Bennett, no more than other structures of that size. It's all about air circulation. A nice ol' oak tree to park beneath would help, too..... The Skud August 19, 2014 02:57 AM The company claims: "or even towed by a boat!" I hope they have worked out the joint seal problem . . . JPAR August 19, 2014 05:12 AM They've missed out on the obvious power source available to 99% of the homeless..... a couple of harnessed mongrels would be perfect to pull this. SteveMc August 19, 2014 05:20 AM So it's another overpriced cheaply built caravan then? Plasticiser fumes must be awesome fun too :) Mel Tisdale August 19, 2014 05:54 AM I suspect that watching one of these in high winds would be quite entertaining. Mike Dubois August 19, 2014 10:49 AM While not discrediting the product, it should not be called a tiny house but rather a shelter. Gizmag should differentiate between a shelter and tiny house. Tiny house: provides all of the amenities required of a home: Sleep, cook, wash, toilet, heat/cool as a minimum. Otherwise, i will supply a headline: "Disposable tiny houses used in NYC homeless district". These portable disposable homes are made up of recyclable corrugated wallboard that offer insulation properties. scott melnick August 19, 2014 12:26 PM Kind of cool, but given the materials, this thing weighs more than 1,200 pounds. Not sure I want to tow it on my bike...especially the first time I encounter a hill! Neil Farbstein August 19, 2014 12:37 PM It was invented by sadists to torture poor people with extremely confining quarters. I'm not joking. Don't support tiny house movement its demeaning and sickening.