Welcome to a unique journey of bus life with Andy, who transformed his 1994 Heno into a cozy, fully-functional home on wheels. Trapped in a high-rise building during the 2011 Christchurch earthquake, Andy realized the importance of truly living life. This experience led him to embrace a nomadic lifestyle, building and living in buses. Come along and explore this incredible transformation.
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Step inside Andy’s bus and discover a kitchen designed for functionality and aesthetics. With a four-burner stove top, grill, oven, and a compact sink, this space mimics the convenience of a conventional home kitchen. The kitchen’s standout feature is the bamboo bench top, complementing the olive-colored cabinets, and ensuring ample storage with easily accessible drawers secured by yacht-grade shock cords.
Learn how Andy prioritizes comfort and utility in his dining area, featuring a repurposed tabletop from his house, offering a cozy dining space for three. Underneath, find extensive storage, essential for a neat and organized tiny home living.Andy’s bus is not just about practicality; it’s about making it a home.
From mounted LED lights with dimming capabilities to personal photos that inspire and remind him to live life fully, every corner of the bus reflects his journey and ethos.Get cozy beside an 8 kW roaring fireplace, a centerpiece that not only warms the bus but also allows for cooking. Adjacent to it, find a hammock chair under a skylight, offering a perfect spot for star-gazing or introspection.