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.