Blog - Part 771
January 17, 2008

Yurta

Yurts are a good place to to try out tiny house living as we’ve stated before. Here’s a nice design from The Bakery Group called the Yurta. They’re built in the Lanark Highlands area of Canada using local and sustainable materials, including white ash and cedar. Yurta’s structure is made of wood with the outer […]

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January 13, 2008

Tiny Houses – Less is More

Think Small by Betheny Lyttle A marvellous slideshow from the New York Times on the subject of increasing interest in pre-fab tiny buildings in the US. I hope you will enjoy this as much as I did. If you enjoyed this post, subscribe to our feed

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Small Cabin Plans

Small cabin homes Small cabin homes are easier then ever to build today. You can find simple plans on many different web sites… You can also purchase complete kits that include not only the plans but all the materials required to build the cabin. The first thing to think about is the number of square […]

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Timber Frame Cabin

In my search for more information on building tiny houses I stumbled across Mark van Roojen, a professor of philosophy at the University of Nebraska and his project and construction of a small 10 x 14 timber frame cabin in the back woods of Wyoming. His information will give you first hand experience on what […]

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