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Kanga Room Systems Make for Smart, Tiny Compounds

More than six years ago, the Tiny House Blog featured the fabulous prefabs of Kanga Room Systems. At the time, tiny prefabs were still difficult to come by and some companies were a bit fly by night. Kanga Room Systems are not only still around, but their clean, sophisticated designs have expanded to include options […]

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Mega Tiny Home Communities Coming to Austin

Are tiny home communities the next big thing? The movement has gone from obscure to a hot housing trend. It has even made it into the marketing big-leagues; see Andrew Odom’s recent post, Big Business for the Tiny House. Last year I sat down with Jay Shafer, who built his first tiny home in 1999, […]

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Tiny Hemp Houses Can Be Combined for Group Living

Hemp is not only showing up in clothing, bedding and food, but now it’s being used to build homes. Ryan Chadwick and his wife, Emily Franz, own StayKondo, a manufacturing company with a new design for a hemp-based modular house. StayKondo manufactures modular tiny homes out of industrial hemp.   Created from a giant infused […]

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