Category Archives for "Stick Built"
Boor Bridges’ Big Design for a Tiny San Francisco Cottage This 840 square foot luxury cottage is tucked away mid-block on Ames Alley, steps from the vibrant Mission district, yet protected from the heavily trafficked streets of Guerrero and Valencia. Since the 40’s the existing structure was home to Betty Mae’s School of Tap, and the one […]Continue reading
Because of their size and aesthetics, tiny houses lend themselves to being named: weeHouse, Tumbleweed, Box Turtle. Rarely do you see a 3,500 square foot house with a name. Kevin Rose named his mobile house Gypsy Rose, after his last name and the fact that his lifestyle in this tiny house and aboard his boat […]Continue reading
Michael Janzen of Tiny Free House fame has started a new micro blog called the Tiny Pallet House. Michael says as hurricane Gustav plowed across Cuba headed for the gulf coast of the United States memories of Katrina and the potential displacement of thousands got him thinking. Michael wanted to do something helpful. It occurred […]Continue reading