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1 thought on “Jay Shafer on the Politics of Tiny Houses”
I am a retired builder, and play around with different projects related to the construction industry, one is tiny homes, these are mainly for back yards, sample, Studio, Office, Teenagers Retreat, (Elderly) and many other samples can apply. the cost of housing has made owning a home practically unaffordable for many, and land is the biggest hurdle, the pre-cut to my thinking is the most cost effective in materials and labour easy to erect, even with basic building skills, and should comply with all council approvals. With less people in the job market this type if modular, grows with the family and with-in budget, I drew a series of plans and came up with a design I think would be popular (I suppose I would) I have been in the industry years, and while technology has made a huge impact, the basic structure has stayed the same. I enjoyed looking at your articles, and tiny homes and as they say, you are only as good as your imagination. Good Luck
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