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Bénédicte Perdereau contacted me a while back and told me how the tiny house movement is starting to grow in France and that she wanted to start a blog similar to the Tiny House Blog but in French. He wanted to contact some of the people I have covered over the years on the Tiny […]Continue reading
Bruit du Frigo (Fridge Noise in French) is a collective of artists, architects, photographers and urbanists who have been making a splash in the Bordeaux region with their Refuges Périurbains (Peri-urban shelters). Six of these shelters have been created, but the most beautiful of them might just be “Les Guetteurs” or “The Watchers”. A trio […]Continue reading
This weeks Tiny House in a Landscape is a photograph by Trey Ratcliff and is titled “Tiny House in France.” Taken in Versailles, France Trey has this to say about where it was taken: So, Versailles is a monstrously huge place. I’m not sure how you could see everything in a day. I chose to […]Continue reading