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Guest Post by Michael Raymond I visited a hut builder in England last fall (The Shepherd Hut Company) that has been building huts for 15 years and is in one of the books on tiny houses. I’ve been following the shepherd hut movement in England for over 10 years and think that the US and […]Continue reading
The Green House: A Sustainable, Youth-Built Tiny House for Seattle’s Homeless At the foot of a hillside dotted with blue-tarped tents and amidst some salmon-pink “sleeping structures” proudly stands one tiny house, glinting green from its street-sign siding at Seattle’s Nickelsville Homeless Community. It’s the only insulated structure at the camp, but that’s not its defining […]Continue reading
As a college student of the Evergreen State College Tacoma Program in Washington State I participate in group research every quarter. Additionally the entire student body forms groups during Winter Quarter and spend six months researching a topic they are interested in. This year my group has been studying the Tiny House movement. The capstone […]Continue reading