When is a beach house, not just a tiny shack on the sand? When it looks like the magnificent tiny home you see above, which was designed by architects Crosson Clarke Carnachan. It’s located in New Zealand and easily movable, since the entire structure is on wooden sleds. The 40-square-meters of space is plenty, complete with a kitchen, dining, living area, bathroom and two sleeping areas to top things off. The front facade doubles as a shutter / awning that provides shade during on extremely bright days, while the double height steel framed glass doors keep wildlife, like birds, out. There’s a worm tank waste system and separate potable grey water tanks for sanitation. Continue reading for more.