Tiny House, Tiny Living, The Tiny Life.


Many of you many not know, but I work for a non-profit where my goal is to alleviate poverty.  I mention this because I often talk about how Tiny Houses can be used to solve the homeless problem.  While this is a very complicated issue surrounded by very complex issues and problems, I still like to highlight interesting houses for the homeless.

Today we have Cardboargami, a collapsible shelter made from cardboard.  While cardboard isn’t the greatest material, it is cheap and if done right, can hold up with a tarp.  There are two versions:  a two person and a larger group model.


  1. Where do you get the cardborgami houses, how much are they, are there any discounts for non-profits or bulk purchases, and who can I contact regarding purchasing them?

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