Tiny House in a Landscape

Tiny House in a Landscape

This week’s Tiny House in a Landscape is a little unusual. Normally, this feature tends to cover homes in a country setting and and not a cityscape.

Manifest Destiny by Jenny Chapmand and Mark A. Reigelman 11 is an art installation. The wooden cabin is affixed precariously to the side of a building in downtown San Francisco. The cabin will be displayed until October 31, 2012 and is located at 446 Bush Street. You can learn more by following a couple of these links.

Photo via Chapman/Reigelman

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Junebug Jones - March 17, 2012 Reply

So amazingly cool! Thanks for sharing.

Niall - March 17, 2012 Reply

I don’t really get it, but maybe that’s due to the Guiness. Roll on St. Paddy’s!

Walt Barrett - March 18, 2012 Reply

Who knew that Micro Homes would become works of art!
Walt barrett

Ravenshead - March 19, 2012 Reply

lol, ingenuous

Cabaña de madera en la fachada medianera de un hotel - March 21, 2012 Reply

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Cottage David - March 22, 2012 Reply

That is just so amazingly cool.

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