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Founded in March 2017, Big Tiny is the first company in Singapore to integrate the concept of “tiny houses” with eco-tourism. “Tiny houses” are part of an international trend of simplifying lives by reducing the size, and therefore the resource consumption, of homes without sacrificing quality of life.

 

Big Tiny takes this one step further by placing its beautifully designed, compact homes on wheels in spectacular rural settings – amplifying the benefits of the “tiny house” movement by pairing the advantages of a thoughtfully efficient abode with the recharging potential of an intimate connection with Mother Nature.

 

The brainchild of three Singaporean entrepreneurs, Big Tiny stems from a desire to offer the city dweller a chance to experience the perfect escape from a hectic, digitally-laden lifestyle and enable anyone from around the world to have a part in this new way of living.

"Big Tiny works towards disrupting the current tourism accommodation, hospitality and traditional housing space – in an eco-friendly, sustainable and highly efficient kind of way."

— Adrian Chia - Co-Founder Big Tiny

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'Slow luxury has a new destination'

This product is a direct reaction to the current hospitality marketplace. On one hand, there is a natural and personal reaction to mass market holidays, overbearing commercialism and a growing sense of environmentalism. Then throw in to the mix Covid-19 and you have the perfect storm.

The Big Tiny product will allow landowners, developers and operators a commercially flexible and personally tailored offering, whether a start-up or multi-national brand. Each concept is based upon a modular cabin unit which ranges upwards to multiple unit configurations which in-turn is based around the idea of a traditional village community.


Whether it will be shorter localised getaways reachable by car, bike or foot, or opting for an increasingly isolated accommodation, much of our newly acquired social distancing habits are here for the long-haul.


Necessity is the mother of invention, so with an undeniable need for alternative hospitality solutions, Big Tiny was created with the aim of creating a simple, scalable product, that is a adaptable to varying needs and requirements.

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A fully functioning hotel within 3 month?

All is possible with Big Tiny

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With the integration of Big Tiny's proven supply chain & high level of finish - Big Tiny has hit the ground running with all the necessary tools in place to provide you with a beautifully crafted product.

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To reinforce a sense of escapism, a minimalist aesthetic is captured in every Big Tiny construction, with each one blending seamlessly into its natural surroundings and offering a local connection to the guest. Whether working within an existing brand framework or the very start of a commercial venture, the Big Tiny modular system allows true flexibility in order to cater to both the owners and guests every need.

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Big Tiny is not just a modular cabin, it is a product.

And as such, it has the possibility to include everything you would need to run it. Big Tiny ‘Hotel in a Box’ is a kit of parts / services which give you all the tools you require to operate a functioning hotel; Infrastructure, Branding, Marketing & Operations - Just some of the services included. Whether you’re looking for a new investment or want to run your own hospitality business - please click below to get the ball rolling.

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“We strive towards building sustainable modular cabins with small spaces made liveable and beautiful. Each Big Tiny unit we build uses environmentally friendly materials. Every Big Tiny we build is built for you in mind.”

— Dave Ng - Co-Founder Big Tiny

 

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“Big Tiny is a commercially viable product that fully capitalises on the tourism industry current disruption and rapid change.”

— Jeff Yeo - Co-Founder Big Tiny

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