Ryan shares his experience at the second day of a Tumbleweed tiny house workshop. We reported on Day One here.
“Jay spoke about subtractive design, which is a process of design where you remove elements to refine a design without detracting from the design at the same time. The balance between removing elements and simplifying the design while still maintaining the core functions and needs that a home provides are inspired by a list in Christopher Alexander’s book, A Pattern Language.”
Read about it at The Tiny Life » Day Two – Tiny House Workshop.