Tiny House History - Part 2

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Jay Shafer’s Tiny Houses, An Efficiency Evolution

Tiny house pioneer, Jay Shafer is widely credited with jumpstarting the modern movement. His last two tiny houses showcase an evolution of simplicity. As he puts it, simple pared-down living reflects nature—thriving through efficiency— the original “green” term. Moreover, meaningful living is key to Jay’s design approach. Everything in his tiny homes has to be beautiful … Read more

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Just Park It: Fields, Ranches and Casinos of NorCal

Northern California stretches from San Luis Obispo County to the Oregon state line. It is diverse, grandly beautiful and chock full of tiny houses. They can be found on farms, ranches, vineyards and of course, backyards. Beginning March 5th, we could see them greatly multiply across San Luis Obispo backyards after the new zoning ordinance … Read more

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