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by Kirsten Dirksen One of the most elusive goals in life is determining just what you need to live. As co-founders of a site on simple living (faircompanies.com), we’ve spent the past eight years examining the unencumbered lives of others, but this summer we had the opportunity to try out micro-living first-hand when we packed […]Continue reading
by Jay Duffy I have a little documentary that Kirsten Dirksen of faircompanies.com put together for us and I’d love to share it with you and the rest of the tiny house community. It’s a video about a tree-house for grown ups that I built using 90% recycled materials. Here is what Kirsten has to […]Continue reading
I am currently on my way to check out some tiny houses in the tropical nation of Belize. However, I thought I would leave you with a video of my teardrop trailer, the Sunflower, put together by the lovely Kirsten Dirksen of Fair Companies. Last fall, I met Kirsten’s parents at Austin Hay’s tiny open […]Continue reading
My initial interest in tiny houses started with my desire to own a simple cabin in the mountains. Kirsten Dirksen from faircompanies.com recently released a new video on an updated concept of the modern day cabin. Indoor cabins! Architect Terri Chiao knew she couldn’t afford the rent on a 750-square-foot Brooklyn loft without a roommate, […]Continue reading
I am not big on promoting myself, but several of you have told me to put this interview done by Kirsten Dirksen of faircompanies.com on the Tiny House Blog. I have put the video on the About page as an intro to new readers, but will also use it here as a post. I do […]Continue reading