The Tiny House, built during a unique summer camp at the Key School, is about to hit the road. The 210-square-foot home built on a trailer bed will be one of the main attractions at this weekends Maryland Home & Holiday Show at the Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium… Over a three-week period in July, student crews worked side-by-side with building professionals to construct the one-room, multipurpose structure. ” – capitalgazette.com
Read and see more this completed Tiny House. Photos by Joshua McKerrow for Capital Gazette.
Graduate student April Anson is bringing her tiny house to school.
“The final cost of Anson’s tiny house will be between $8,000 and $9,000. She will park it on a piece of family-owned land, where she can get electrical service until she eventually installs solar panels. So-called gray water from sinks and shower will be filtered, and sewage will be pumped out and taken away for disposal. “My plan is to keep working, to make living in the tiny house as self-contained as possible,” she said.”
via Grad student brings her tiny house to college with her – The Denver Post.
This project is an ongoing student collaboration to bring sustainability awareness to the Northwestern community and beyond. What had started as an ambitious class project has now become a passionate mission to inspire future endeavors towards improving sustainable living.
Learn more about the Northwestern Tiny House Project.
This is a great story about a class of high school students in Canada designing and building tiny houses. Each student is coming up with a design. Three houses will be built. In the end two will be dismantled and recycled into future projects and one will be sold to raise money for the school. I’m certain this will be just the first of a series of articles on this wonderful school project.
High School Students Design/Build Project