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Kenneth Olsen

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Kenneth Olsen

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Kenneth works as a carpenter in Polygon. Irene has two jobs, she’s an auxiliary nurse in a nursing home and a dental assistant at her parents’ clinic.

They have four grown children. And a beautiful cat “Lusen“ in English it means “The Lice.”

Between their regular full-time jobs in Norway, Kenneth and Irene are renovating tiny homes on wheels. Small vintage caravans are their favorites.

Kenneth acts as the rough-working handyman and she is the interior designer. She’s also the general boss as Kenneth sometimes needs someone to calm down his crazy visions.

Their latest project has been the 1969 Volvo city bus converted into a stationary tiny home that will be an Airbnb destination.

You can follow their projects on Instagram.

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