The village of introverts, or Every American child has a separate houseBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/the-village-of-introverts-or-every-american-child-has-a-separate-house
It's hard not to agree that having your own corner is wonderful. To return from work or study to your small but cozy home, where no one will bother you — what could be better for a modern person living in a world where there are too many people. This is exactly what the members of the Brinks family believe, living in Kentucky, USA in a miniature village of 6 houses.
The Brinks family has only four members — a father, mother, daughter and son. Five years ago they came to Kentucky and bought 8 hectares of land for 57 thousand dollars (3.6 million rubles). After that, the question arose — what kind of house should be built on the site so that everyone would be comfortable. The father of the family insisted on the construction of one large building, where there would be a common area and separate rooms for everyone, but the family council made a different decision by a majority vote.
Now there are 6 small houses on the plot, the total area of each of which is only 15 square meters. meters. The parents have their own house, one for two, separate houses were built for Lennox's son and Brody's daughter, and in addition there is a house with a double bathroom, a guest house and a cottage with a swimming pool on the plot.
The most spacious senior house has an area of as much as 26 square meters. meters. It is also the most expensive — its construction cost 9 thousand dollars. The rest of the houses cost the family 1.5 times cheaper. But the head of the family claims that they saved not only on construction work. It is much more profitable to heat miniature houses, and besides, they produce less waste.
Both children and adults believe that such a solution is ideal for a family in which personal space is valued. Each of the children keeps his own house in order, and at lunch the family gathers at the parents' house or in a guest bungalow, where there is even a terrace for outdoor feasts.
What could be better than your own, albeit small, but personal house? Except maybe your own little house on wheels.