So yesterday’s post obviously brought some interesting thoughts to light, some loved it, some hated it. While it wasn’t necessarily a very good argument against tiny houses, it did bring up a few things that are food for thought. I think it is important to realize that tiny houses address many concerns we have with McMansions and bring us into a life that is more in tune with where we want to be. At the same time, there are downsides.
Taking today off, hope you had a very good new years and that this year will be a good one!
You might have heard about a new guy to the Tiny House movement, James Stuart of 12 Cubed. I am excited to have him doing a set of articles for us in the coming weeks talking about his Tiny House.
His home is showcased at twelve3.ca So check it and learn about his Tiny House.
Found this awesome concept for a hotel that would translate nicely to a Tiny House. The really neat thing about this is that the skin of the structure is highly reflective so when placed in a forest it reflects the forest and almost blends in. The skin more specifically is mirrored so it reflects outside, but you can see through it from the inside. This affords a 360 degree view of the natural surroundings. The architect says it would be “hung” from the tree, which seems both unrealistic and very high impact on the tree even if it could hold it. None the less its a great idea! Check the architect’s firm out here
For those of you who might have missed it, I recently decided to do posts only Monday to Friday, so get outside with this beautiful fall weather, the changing colors and enjoy the weekend off