Tiny Hermitage

by Kent Griswold on January 16th, 2013. 15 Comments

by Craig Rockweiler

Students from my Alma Mater, The Catholic University of America’s School of Architecture Design Collaborative in Washington, DC, recently designed a tiny hermitage for the Franciscan Monastery of the Holy Land in America.

It is a place of quiet retreat where anyone is able to experience the solitude that is difficult to find in today’s world. Book your retreat now at the Franciscan Monastery Hermitage.

hermitage

Designed for one person, the Hermitage is a beautiful and peaceful retreat space nestled behind the historic Franciscan Monastery of the Holy Land in America in Washington, DC. Continue Reading »

Tiny House in a Landscape

by Kent Griswold on July 21st, 2012. 18 Comments

This weeks Tiny House in a Landscape was photographed by Kasey March who is the copy editor for the Tiny House Blog.

Kasey says: Shane and I spotted this tiny house in Leadville, Colorado on our way to a yurt (a story for another time). This little house was about five miles down a dirt road that wound up the mountain. The view was amazing. I didn’t get a good photo but there is a lake directly behind where I stood to take the picture and no other homes in sight. I imagine it’s a very peaceful retreat for someone.

Colorado Tiny House

Photo Credit: Kasey March