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To people who are unfamiliar with the new home industry (including tiny homes), the word “prefab” has a negative, bargain-basement connotation. Modular, prefabricated homes have come a long way in the last decade and author Sheri Koones’ new book shows the best of “prefabulous” small homes. Prefabulous Small Houses is the latest book by author […]Continue reading
Hurricane Matthew is making big news this hurricane season. Meteorologists are saying it’s the most powerful Atlantic tropical storm in nearly a decade with winds of 145 miles per hour. Granted, more than a few homes along the Atlantic coast and in the Caribbean will be destroyed by the storm. What tiny houses are best […]Continue reading
What first began as an art project at Burning Man 2006 (the Sugar Cube) is now becoming another option for an efficient tiny house. AVAVA Systems, a San Francisco company, engineers buildings for the future that are simple yet beautiful. The AVAVA prefab Britespace house was built in a factory in California with essentially no […]Continue reading