TENZO, in Japanese «master of ceremonies», is a modular 40-square-metre vacation home on wheels that comfortably can accommodates a family of six. The three-bedroom, two bathroom tiny home is built off-site, which reduces its impact on the environment. Additionally, the home is built on wheels, so there’s no need for a permanent foundation, further reducing its footprint.
The space-efficient layout revolves around the central living space, planty of natural light, which includes a lounge area, kitchen and dining space. At the heart of the home is the outdoor deck that leads into the interior via large glazed doors that open completely to blend the indoor and outdoor spaces into one large lounge area. Shaded by a set of sunshade sails, there is even an outdoor bar area that connects directly to the kitchen’s countertop.