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On ne peut et on ne veut pas construire partout et à plus forte raison dans des environnements et des paysages d’exception. Alors comment en profiter de façon parfaitement exclusive pour un court séjour en s’épargnant l’expérience illicite du camping sauvage et la venue au saut du lit du gendarme ou du garde forestier à l’œil sombre ? Le Mobile Ec’Home est une réponse insolite et unique en son genre : un hébergement écologique et mobile, innovant et autonome, qui permet d’accueillir des visiteurs dans des lieux privilégiés et chaque fois devant des paysages différents !
HANDS-ON Tiny House Building Workshop with DIY Network Host, Author, Designer, Builder, and Blogger Derek "Deek" Diedricksen We're talking almost 35-40 hours of contact, building, demos, networking, and MORE! It looks like we'll ALSO have a tiny house on wheels visiting us, courtesy of TENNESSEE TINY HOMES ! We're excited to meet builder Joe, and see what he's done!
When my husband and I bought our first house, its 800 square feet of living space was perfect for two. It was what we could afford, and it suited us. We fought rarely, lived within our means without too much trouble, loved living within easy walking distance of restaurants and parks, went away many weekends, divided up the two closets, and dumped all the extra stuff in the basement.
Davisclan Says: February 25th, 2011 at 5:29 am Wow!
I'm not usually a fan of nautical.
I have begun to meet up with several of my 555 residents to document some of their downsizing solutions. It has been so much fun re-connecting with them, touring their homes and having them share their downsizing stories with me. One of my favorite solutions that I have seen is the closet office!
Posted by Radhika on September 11th, 2009 This mind teasing structure that you are viewing in pictures below was designed and developed by organic architect Javier Senosiain.
Photo: Evelyn Muller. Although interior design events in Latin America are always full of huge museum rooms thought for impossible houses, it's good to see the trend of small spaces popping up in places like Buenos Aires and Sao Paulo . This 600 sq. foot recycled cabin by Brazilian designer Fabio Galeazzo presented at the last edition of Casa Cor Sao Paulo is another one of such spaces, and presents some very cool features.
This ‘rustic cabin’, appears to have been part of its pastoral western ranch setting for many decades.
small is nice