Altogether, Woody cost about $50,000 to build. The couple put Brian’s skills as a recent architecture school graduate to the test by designing it themselves. They decided early on that they would take on all of the construction work, too, even though they had no experience.” – Dwell
Read and see more of Woody, a tiny house built by Brian and Joni Buzarde at Dwell. Photos by Benjamin Rasmussen.
Amazing grain silo home makes living simply look like living the high life.
Architect Christoph Kaiser turned a dismantled grain silo, purchased online from a Kansas farmer, into a cozy studio in Phoenix, Arizona. The 190-square-foot space is outfitted with a highly customized interior—only the Eames dining chairs were not made by Kaiser—that serves as a comfortable home for him and his wife.” – Dwell
Source: You Won’t Believe the Cozy Home Inside This Converted Grain Silo | Dwell
In an effort to modernize the experience of staying overnight at California State Park cabins, the Parks Forward Commission invited architecture students from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, to design new cabins to be placed at campgrounds throughout the state… The Wedge [pictured here] is among the new cabin designs that will eventually be integrated into California State Parks.” – Dwell
Read more about these Modern Prefab Cabins for California State Parks at Dwell. I first spotted this at Small and Tiny Home Ideas.
A Belgian architecture firm transforms a 140-square-foot Dutch military structure into a modern-day vacation retreat.” – Dianna Budds for Dwell
Read more about this Dutch Military Bunker Becomes Tiny Vacation Home. Photos by Tim Van de Velde.