Sunday, February 27, 2011

Tiny homes!

Each cost an average of $200 to make! The roofs are transparent so you can gaze at the treetops. Windows are made from old washing machines!

Says Mr. Diedricksen... “I built it thinking it might be a place for people to stay who were drunk or annoying, so I didn’t want them staying in the Vermont cabin with me. I had envisioned all these microstructures as places to sleep for the people who say, ‘Oh, I forgot my sleeping bag.’ Almost like the Ewok village, all these little micro-shelters dotting my land"...

I'm drunk and annoying! Where's my tiny house??!

From "The $200 Microhouse" published in this weeks' NY Times. Photos by Erik Jacobs; slideshow here.


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