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Located in the pocket community-friendly Shoreline neighborhood of Seattle, Carriage Houses NW builds beautiful custom houses for all purposes. Their tiny homes on wheels can be used as vacation homes, Airbnb properties, home offices, art studios, mother-in-law quarters or approved full-time living. Carriage Houses NW have several customizable models to choose from. Each of the models […]Continue reading
Former Parole Officer turned Program Manager Rahul Salazar runs Quixote Village, a unique permanent resident facility for the homeless. What makes the village unique is residents live in 30 tiny houses. Quixote Village grew from the vision of a self-governing community of homeless adults in Olympia, Washington. In addition to the 30 tiny houses, Quixote […]Continue reading
by Forrest Musselman We’re building a tiny home …for Sam, a man whose home was destroyed in front of the world – because of political pressure. Sam lived in his home in the woods for years. Because of political pressure, his “tent” home was destroyed. A video of Sam watching his home being destroyed went […]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
This last weekend the Occupy Madison organization made another step forward in integrating tiny houses and the homeless in an effort to keep people off the street. The Occupy Madison Inc. organization had a ribbon cutting ceremony on Saturday for the new Tiny House Village in Madison, WI which has seen a seven percent increase […]Continue reading