Interest is surging in tiny homes – livable dwelling units that typically measure under 400 square feet. Much of this interest is driven by media coverage that claims that living in tiny homes is good for the planet.
Platt Boyd was an Auburn-educated architect who had been working in the field for 15 years. Throughout his career, he was consistently frustrated by design constraints caused by the limitations of traditional building materials and techniques.
The settlements are expected to power themselves and produce their own food.
In the near future, citizens around the world will have the opportunity to live in economical, sustainable, and secure housing made entirely from hemp, a variety of the cannabis plant. Not only can the prefabricated abodes be constructed in a fraction of the time modern-day homes require, but they are also said to be more durable and affordable, as well as earthquake-resistant.
These tiny houses prove size isn't everything.
This is proven technology. Mostly built in 24 hours, strong, sustainable and robotic. Report from Kristi Gross of WINK News. Written by Katherine Viloria. -R
It's in Germany and its called Project Milestone. Check out the photo and article by Hanna Watkin for All3DP. -R
Nancy Mitchell wrote this short article for Apartment Therapy about the challenges a certain Lora encountered living in a tiny house. -R
Cochin International Airport serves the city of Kochi in Kerala, India. CNN Tech article by Jethro Mullen. -R