Category Archives for "Timber Frame"
Jeff Waldman, his partner Molly and some of their friends have worked together to construct a cabin and a small group of tree decks into the native California Redwoods in the wooded mountain region of Santa Cruz. In the last two years, this group cleared the land, respecting the largest trees and used natural timber […]Continue reading
Looking for a tiny house community with homes available for sale right now? Look no further! Check out this community of tiny houses! Dancing Rabbit Eco-village is a community of over fifty people in north-east Missouri, where folks have come together to live in harmony with our local environment while sharing a message of ecological […]Continue reading
Want to reduce the environmental impact of your tiny house project? Reclaimed lumber is for you! There’s no substitute for the warmth and ambiance of wooden architecture, especially when you’re using reclaimed lumber. Every knot, notch and nail-hole tells a story and adds to the richness of your project. Plus you get to tell your friends all […]Continue reading
Guest Post by Collin Vickers Modern day pioneers, Mae Ferber and Benjamin Brownlow, have set out to rediscover the lost arts of Old West homesteading in the information age, with a touch of high technology and fervent passion for ecological sustainability. Their adventures in eco-living take place in the Foxhole, a living roof structure made […]Continue reading
by David Stiles A New York Times writer once asked an Amish farmer, “Why did you build your barn walls five feet thick when you only needed to make them one foot thick?” The farmer’s simple answer was, “Why not?” The same question could be asked of anybody considering timber-framing a tiny house rather than […]Continue reading