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Former Parole Officer turned Program Manager Rahul Salazar runs Quixote Village, a unique permanent resident facility for the homeless. What makes the village unique is residents live in 30 tiny houses. Quixote Village grew from the vision of a self-governing community of homeless adults in Olympia, Washington. In addition to the 30 tiny houses, Quixote […]Continue reading
This week, Tiny House Podcast “travels” to Europe to interview Andreas Strauss, inventor, designer, hotelier. Ever considered living in a sewer pipe? After this episode you will. Andreas is the creator behind the word’s first hotel where the rooms are fashioned from nine-ton (brand new) city sewer pipes. Affectionately called The Daspark Hoteliers, the hotel […]Continue reading
This week Tiny House Podcast visits a unique Tiny House and its Builder Eric Bohne. The Firebird not your ordinary tiny house. Eric Bohne is not your ordinary tiny house builder. More of an engineering artist, tinkerer and vastly skilled builder, Eric has created an unusual but highly functional design for a tiny house. We’re […]Continue reading