Category Archives for "Tiny House History"

A New Chapter In Tiny House History

New York State’s Tenement House Act of 1867, the first attempt to reform tenement building conditions, required that tenement buildings have one outhouse for every 20 residents. But no one enforced these regulations. Often, rather than walking all the way downstairs to the backyard, residents dumped chamber pot waste out of their windows. It is […]

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2016, An Epic (Not-So Tiny) Year of Adventure

Tiny House Expedition’s Best Experiences & Worst Misadventures A tiny house road trip is an extraordinary experience. The ultimate way to spread smiles and start conversations wherever you go. Our traveling home has proven to be our comfy ticket to adventure and a delightful way to meet new people. I absolutely love waking up in new, strange places […]

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A Tiny House Love Affair

John and Fin Kernohan recently joined us on Tiny House Expedition Radio for a lively conversation on falling in love, living tiny and creating one crazy fun tiny house festival series. Fresh off the hugely successful Florida Tiny House Festival, John and Fin are more love in with tiny houses than ever. They just welcomed 60,000 attendees to St. […]

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