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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

Here we can take a look at a 252sq ft tiny house that Chris Haynes built out on 9 acres of land in Royalston, Massachusetts. And yes, this one is NOT on wheels. It’s built on a regular foundation. This means its fully legal, as it also adheres to the local building codes. Each Town/City/State is different, but here in Royalston, it just needed to comply with some simple rules. Have a minimum livable area of 150 square feet. And have 2 separate forms of

An architect based in Portland, Oregon has (literally) changed the landscape of tiny living with the design of a fully-inhabitable 144-square-foot home that rotates 359 degrees. The house has been appropriately dubbed the ‘359’. The rotating tiny house! (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Benjamin Kaiser, owner and principal of PATH Architecture, first thought of this subversive design five years ago. He built a bezel mechanism that would allow the house standing on top of it to rotate as the bezel did. However, the contraption went unused, “waiting

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