A Peek at April Anson’s Tiny House from the Upcoming Film, Small is Beautiful

In 2012, April’s long standing interest in creating “new” from old turned into a full-time adventure when she, with the help of over 30 of her friends and family, built her tiny “reclaimed” house for her to live in for the length of her PhD studies in Literature and the Environment.” – Small is Beautiful

via The Tiny House Film – Small is Beautiful – By Jeremy Beasley | April’s Tiny House.

160 Square Foot ‘Skyline’ – Newest Addition to Caravan Tiny House Hotel

Skyline was built in the Portland driveway of Eric Bohne and completed this February. Eric works full time as a craftsman and also built his own house on the Oregon coast out of recycled materials. His company, Metalwood Salvage, sells salvaged metal pieces and his design and carpentry business, Alter Areas, focuses on re-purposing unique building materials.” – Christina for Tiny House Blog

Read and see more of Caravan’s Skyline. Learn more about Caravan — The Tiny House Hotel.

Tiny House Blog’s Brilliant Chair Workshop

April 5-6, 2014, Saturday and Sunday, 9am to 4pm. Not to late, a few more seats available. Join us for the first of our Tiny House Classes, a joint venture between Tiny House Blog, Northwest Woodworking Studio, and the Reclaimed Wood Blog. Presented at The Northwest Woodworking Studio, 1002 SE 8th Ave, Portland Oregon. In this two day workshop you will learn from Master Woodworker Gary Rogowski about furniture design and building techniques as we build The Brilliant Chair… continues…” – Kent

Hal’s Caboose

Some of you may have seen the article of the little cabin on wheels Kent published on Tiny House Blog May 29th, 2013. Thanks to all who commented on the post. Anyways, that post drew interest from some folks in Portland, Oregon that own and operate according to them, the first tiny house hotel. They contacted me asking if I would consider building another tiny house for their hotel. As mentioned in the previous post, I’m retired and looking for projects to keep me occupied I jumped at the opportunity…” – Hal McClendon

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Floating Guest House

This floating guest house is nestled among a community of eclectic houseboats on the Willamette River in Portland, Oregon. The project was designed to work as a part-time residence for a couple’s use while their main floating home is being built. After moving into the main house, the guest house will become a vacation retreat for visiting family and friends.” – Tiny House Blog

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