Canada’s Zero Squared aims to offer the best of both worlds with a tiny house that expands in width at the push of a button to offer more living space when parked. Inside, the Aurora will be arranged on one floor, except for a small storage loft area accessible via ladder. The layout includes a dining area with seating for up to four, a kitchenette, small lounge, and a bathroom with shower and toilet. In addition, an office space reveals a Murphy-style bed that can be pulled-down to serve as a bedroom. The cost will come to around US,000, depending on options chosen.