The original link was sent to me by Chris Beneke. Thanks Chris. TINY HOUSE JAPAN: Some serious innovation at work. I do not read or speak Japanese so I’m at a loss over many details but the photos and videos exhibit a world of real innovation in design and construction. The builder, Haruhiko Tagami (製作担当 田上晴彦) […]Read More Tiny House Japan; who knew?
Tiny Green Cabins has some pretty nice and well thought-out designs. I find their website a little difficult to navigate but their blog has some interesting stuff on it. I am very much a traditionalist and a form-follows-function kind of guy. However, I think they have some new and innovative designs as well as some […]Read More Ravenlore Tiny Home
That transforms into a modernist castle. As usual, Lloyd Kahn always finds the good stuff to post when it comes to unique Shelter. The Tiny House Truck is built on an old flatbed and is a true marvel of engineering as it “pops” out into a faux castle. An appropriate home I suppose for these […]Read More An Engineering Marvel; Tiny House Truck
Found on the Vintage Everyday blog. It is thought to be from circa 1926 and is a real beauty. It has some nice details as well. The sign on the roof, lightning rods, and even a little chimney. A great solution of one facing homelessness but still had the car. Possibly a nightmare to drive?Read More Awesome House-Car of the 1920s
Here’s a man making his way in the modern world but likes being stuck in the late 18th century. Farrier, blacksmith, storyteller, and musician living in his bowtop. Above is a short interview with the man himself from a few years back (opens in a new window). Living in the 21st century, he even maintains […]Read More Bear the Tinker
600 Sq. Feet in Little Rock, Arkansas.Read More A Well Designed Small House
A wonderful tiny home with Clark Gable and Joan Crawford on the front porch. It appears to be strapped to a regular flatbed trailer. Found here: http://wintechmodularbuildings.co.uk/early-portable-buildings-clark-gable-and-joan-crawford/Read More Tiny House for the Stars