I guess you could call 'em certifiable tiny house rock stars. 

Chris and Malissa Tack of Snohomish, Wash., have been all over the place as of late and for good reason: The young married couple's custom-built, trailer-bound abode is one of the more gorgeous — and green-minded — private residences of limited square footage out there. (That Chris is a professional photographer and that they own an adorable kitty named Seth doesn't hurt.)

NPR's Science Friday recently caught up with the Tacks for a most-excellent chat about how they live the good life in 140 square feet.

Via [Science Friday]

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NPR talks tiny living with the Tacks [Video]
Chris and Malissa Tack chat with Science Friday about what was lost and what was gained after moving into a tiny-house.