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Alternating Tansu Stairs Named ‘Stair of the Week’ at TreeHugger!

Woo-Hoo! My tiny house stairs design – the Alternating Tiny House Tansu Stairs – has been picked by the folks at TreeHugger (Lloyd Alter) as Stair of the Week! To see how these stairs work visit the TreeHugger website or Tiny House Design. Let me know in the comments if you’d like to see DIY plans for […]

Kimberly Mok for Treehugger Reports on Canada’s First Tiny House Festival

…we visited Canada’s first official tiny house festival over the weekend, along with hundreds of curious people who descended upon Lantier, a small municipality an hour and a half north of Montreal, Quebec, which recently approved a sustainable housing development for small homes under 1000 square feet in size, without basements.” – Kimberley Mok for […]

Tiny House from The Millenial Lab at Harvard

And now there is the Millenial Housing Lab looking at the problems they face. Founded by Harvard Business School, Harvard Law School and Harvard Design School students it is looking at the problems of housing a generation without stability. Their first project is a look at the Tiny House. “The idea: build tiny houses, place them on […]

Architect Kelly Davis Designs Tiny Home

It is a very different plan from most tiny homes, divided by the lofts into three zones, one washroom, one living area and one kitchen and dining. As shown it can accommodate six; that will be cozy around the dinner table. I also think the full size range is overkill, but they offer a two-burner […]

Built in 6 Weeks for $4,000

Amazingly, Herrle was able to construct this tiny cabin of 11 by 14 feet in the woods for only $4,000 and in only six short weeks… Herrle is now well on his way to building more tiny houses for other clients and other projects that he’s passionate about. Check out more of Dave Herrle’s work […]

Expanding House Pops Out of Trailer

This cleverly compact mobile housing design by Mehdi Hidari Badie has got all the bases covered when it comes to making the most of limited space… The versatile design is not only incredibly easy to transport, but has a refined aesthetic that is unrecognizable as a mobile home once it’s been unfolded.” – TreeHugger Learn more about […]

LifeEdited: Graham Hill Moves In!

Here’s an update on the tiny apartment the founder of Treehugger built in New York. “Graham Hill, founder of Treehugger & initiator of LifeEdited, challenged the jovoto community with interior design ideas for his 39 sqm space in New York, remember? …A few weeks ago, in May 2012 Graham Hill could spend –  his first […]

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