The homes, all built on wheels, range in size from small boxes that are just big enough to sleep in, to larger structures that you can stand up in. Despite the attention, Kloehn downplays what he’s doing, arguing that his structures are just an upgrade on the many lean-tos and improvised structures homeless people make for themselves.” – KQED
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Matt posted a short report on life in his tiny house.
“been living in the tiny house for 8 months now, haven’t gotten to work on it much in the last few months, but it’s in a good place for now”
via Oakland Tiny House: settling in.
A project of Just Fine Design/Build.
“I don’t want to ruffle any feathers in the tiny house community, but to be honest I have not enjoyed any of the Tumbleweed interiors for precisely this reason. The interiors are too bulky, and they are over using the space. There has been an absence of places that can become pools of airy light, for ideas and feelings to circulate through the house. I’m sure there are lots of Tumbleweeds out there that feel just right to me – I just haven’t been in them.”
via Oakland Tiny House.