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One of the biggest roadblocks for those interested in tiny houses is the lack of space. It’s hard to imagine how you might fit your whole life into a trailer-sized home. But for designer and craftsman David, this was no problem at all. In fact, David built his entire home based off a sense of openness. With clever resourcefulness and a keen sense for functionality, he was able to construct a living space that feels anything but tiny. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Let’s move from the outside in. On the exterior is a full sized glass garage door built right into the

Have you ever dreamed of living in a log cabin? Well now you can turn your dream into a reality. The best part is that it won’t cost you an arm and a leg – you can achieve this for under $6,000! For those of us that are used to urban living (and could use a little break from it), think of the layout of a bachelor apartment. This log cabin features a cozy, one floor and open-concept design. You’ve got room for a bed, or even bunkbeds as permitted by the ceiling height, and a roomy kitchen where you

The tiny house movement is about much more than just living in a compact, space-utilizing home. It represents a shift toward an ecologically conscious, minimalist lifestyle where people consume only what they need. It is an emphasis on experiences, rather than material goods. As it turns out, minimalism is at the core of action against climate change.   Tiny Homes Fight Climate Change Everyone has heard about climate change. We all know that the way human beings have exploited the earth’s natural resources over the past hundred years has sent us into dangerously high temperatures. As temperatures continue to rise, we see a

In a tiny Alabama town, you’ll find a group of students and advisors who have managed a considerable feat, one that is changing the very foundation of real estate. Rural Studio, Auburn University’s design-build program, has devoted more than a decade to a significant project: designing a tiny home that is affordable enough for those living in poverty to buy it while maintaining aesthetic appeal AND paying the local construction team a living wage to build it. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); At the beginning of 2016, after many prototypes, the team finally finished their first pilot project. They partnered with a commercial