Tag Archives for " architect "

Just-Right Tiny Living in The Lucky Linden

Two Videos and a Tiny House Love StoryIf a tiny home is like a self-portrait, then a DIY tiny home is perhaps the most accurate portraiture. One that showcases all the best aspects of the owner/builder’s personality, style, lifestyle preferences and with a few slight imperfections that add genuine character. The illustrious Meg Stephens built her tiny […]

Continue reading

“Woody” Tiny House on Wheels Cost Only $50,000 to Build

Colorado couple, Joni and Brian Buzarde, recently completed their 236 square foot THOW and have already been featured in Dwell magazine and Curbed. What might make their tiny house stand out is not only the unusual design (courtesy of Brian’s architectural skills), but the fact that the couple built “Woody” by themselves for only $50,000 […]

Continue reading

Taliesin West Miner’s Shelter

Most architecture students don’t have to build their graduate project first in order to be able to live and study. However, at Taliesen West, Frank Lloyd Wright’s winter office and now an architectural school, students have to sleep outside in the desert in either a tent or in a shelter of their own design. Student […]

Continue reading
1 2 3 4