In a new project in Bucharest, a prototypical “house of the future” demonstrates how easy it can be to control the indoor environment while doing as little harm as possible to the outside environment.
Shaped almost exactly like a ‘T’ tetromino, the house can be rotated or stacked to change the shape and function of a room.
The small, DIY housing trend gets a fun-loving, Portlandia-style send-up from filmmaker Dawn Jones.
A winning model has been chosen for the adAPT NYC program, a six-month competition to design tiny apartments that can increase New York’s density while still meeting code.
Latvian firm NRJA has designed a small, sustainable floating house that will feel right at home either bobbing directly on the water or frozen in place by ice.
A new California development created just for tiny homes is in the works, plus a new workshop series is launching with tips on how to build your own tiny house.
Green buildings are energy-efficient and sustainable, but can they also be edible? At last, Architizer’s new Gingerbread Competition answers this unasked question.
A natural builder interested in communal living constructed a “tiny dome home” in Oregon out of locally sourced, recycled and reclaimed materials for just $200.
A second home in an a sought-after city doesn’t generally come cheap, but when it’s a tiny home, such sweet dreams can be both greener and more affordable.
Austin Hay of Santa Rosa will be headed off to college next fall in the house-on-wheels he built himself, via DIY plans from the Tumbleweed TIny House Co.