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Students Build RE/MAX Tiny House

RE/MAX has built a tiny house in collaboration with Students in the Henry Ford College’s Building Science Department. They call it the Tiny Home for Tiny Tots. Students were given practical work experience in this semester-long tiny home project. Students participated in every stage of the process including design, structure, and systems. The Henry Ford College (HFC) […]

Luke & Tina’s Basecamp Tiny House

Somewhere near Beaverton, Oregon on a wooded lot, Luke & Tina and their three dogs live in this 204 square foot tiny house. They call it Basecamp. Inside you’ll find a living room, kitchen, bathroom, loft bedroom, and ample storage. There is also kennel space, hidden doggie dens, and a water bowl that is fed by rainwater. Outside is […]

Wonderful Tiny House Resource – Tiny Nest How-to Videos

The folks at Tiny Nest, Kiva & Jake, are publishing an excellent collection of Tiny House Construction videos on YouTube. Below you can find all the videos in their playlist. The videos are highly detailed and offer a do-it-yourselfer’s point of view on building a tiny home. All the learnings and challenges they’ve faced and […]

Lightweight Tiny Home Teardrop Trailer

While most folks are attracted to the cottage style of most tiny homes, the heavy weight of their construction makes them tougher for travel. If travel is what you’re hoping to do, consider what these folks did… build your home more like travel trailers are built. They’ve documented the construction process o their blog, materials choices, […]

Tiny House Village Design Concept – part 2

In the first tiny house village post I proposed an idea of converting an existing mobile home park into a tiny house village. The idea is based on the assumption that many would probably welcome the redevelopment of distressed properties. I found an example while researching multi-family zoning information. Here is a quote from the […]

Naked Galapagos – Do-it-yourself Tortoise Shell Home

Kent Griswold (from tinyhouseblog.com) and I finally connected by phone yesterday. It was really nice chatting with a kindred spirt (blogger and tiny house enthusiast). I’ll have to make the two hour drive over to Sonoma County one of these weekends to visit. Seems like Sonoma is becoming the center of the tiny house world. […]

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