A couple days ago I posted news of a tiny house design competition hosted by the Touchstones Nelson: Museum of Art and History. The design competition is part of a larger exhibit called Shelter: How We Live.
For the exhibit, Rod (Museum Curator), designed and built the pallet house you see here for a total of CDN $60. It was prefabricated in the alley beside the museum and assembled inside. The pallets themselves came from a location just 1 1/2 blocks. At the end of the exhibit they plan to give the pallet structure away to someone local so it can be reused as a studio, woodshed, or whatnot.
To learn more about this tiny pallet house visit the Shelter: How We Live blog. If you’re in Nelson, BC, Canada you can see this exhibit in person between September 18, 2010 and November 14, 2010.
Thanks for sharing this with us Rod. Great little pallet house!