Tag Archives: tiny

BIG designed Tiny

Klein, a prefab-housing startup, had on of the world’s leading architectural firms design this tiny house concept. It’s located in Upstate New York and is comprised of 100% recyclable materials. It gets it’s electricity from the sun and heat from a tiny Morsøe wood stove. It was designed by the architects at BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group), who […]

Complete Mini Kitchens

Building a tiny house kitchen can be time consuming depending on your carpentry skills and what you choose to put into it. Costs can skyrocket if you have expensive tastes and hire professionals to help. One option is to get a complete prebuilt kitchen unit – although even these range in price from several hundred […]

Moschata Rolling Bungalow

This tiny house was built by Shawn and Jamie Dehner, the folks at THE small HOUSE CATALOG. It’s a 20-foot mobile tiny house with two lofts – one for sleeping and one for storage. The total square footage is 160 square feet and it has a bathroom (with a flush toilet!), kitchen, and high ceilings. The […]

Christopher & Merete’s Tiny House

You might be familiar with the movie called TINY. It was produced by Christopher Smith & Merete Mueller – but you may not have seen photos of their tiny home. It’s just 127 square feet and located in Colorado. They’d never built anything like it before, so the whole project was quite an adventure. Christopher and Merete […]

Decadently Primitive Tiny Tent Living

Recently Kirsten Dirksen visited Glen and Gerry at their unusual home in northern California. It’s a tiny tent cluster of three tents they  connected with a series of decks and paths. Mostly they live outside, cook outside, and bathe outside. The temperate climate of California makes that possible. When they first bought the land their […]

Tiny: The Documentary about Living Small

The following is a guest post from Speak.Thunder Films How It All Began When Christopher decided to buy a desolate piece of land in the Colorado mountains, he was hesitant to tell me at first. It was a frigid day last February. I had sent him a short text message from work, “What are you […]