Minimalist is a new tiny house construction company, working in the Quebec City region. They specialize in the design of small ergonomic, ecological, and functional spaces. Pictured here is their first tiny house design. You can learn more about Minimaliste on Facebook.
The couple of two years [Jenna & Guillaume] set off last week in their newly finished, 132-square-foot Tumbleweed Cypress home from Shelbyville, Ill., where Spesard’s parents Alan and Rebecca Spesard live… They will travel the nation and Canada indefinitely, making upcoming stops in Boston; New York; and Montreal, Quebec, and Halifax, Nova Scotia in Canada.” – daytondailynews.com […]
Natalie Woodburn-Heron’s 144-square-foot house, which she built in her parents’ backyard in Dorval, takes less than half an hour to clean and costs hardly anything to run.” – Montreal Gazette Read the story and see a home tour video at Dorval homeowner is big on small. You can find the Tiny Refuge on Facebook and see […]
For 5 years I (Gaurang) worked out of a dark corner of the cabin before I built the current studio myself.” – DestinationOM.com Looks like a wonderful place Gaurang! Photo via DestinationOM.com. See the making of the DestinationOM Studio.
Our neighborhood is quite rural and mostly agricultural with several farms and a small private vineyard. We are a ten minute walk from the beach and a twenty minute walk, in the other direction, to a family grocery and deli specializing in local organic produce, as well as galleries, a bookstore, and a spa.” – […]
Charles’ home was built by Cobworks. Charles wanted to use only natural materials of sand, clay, stone, logs and lumber all from his own land. The home is 500 sq.ft (46.5 m2) including the sleeping loft. It took 4 month to build and cost about $18,000 (£10,600).” – naturalhomes.org Learn more about A Pattern Language tour […]
Aside from the compact bathroom, the 320 ft2 (29.7 m2) cabin essentially consists of one open room with only a short partition setting off the sleeping area. The three-piece bathroom, a closet and the kitchen are lined up along the back wall.” – Small House Bliss Read and see more at Small House Bliss