Because Small is the new Big.
You wanna see tiny houses? Check it! Click the thumbs to see Living Small’s homage to Small spaces.
Very intrested id building a tiny house in Scotsviille,VA thid your.
Canyou send plans and such?
James: Unfortunately, I don’t hold plans for any of these awesome tiny houses. If you click the pictures, you’ll see my posts on each house, which then lead you to plans and contact information, if available. Good luck with your tiny house project!
I am not living in a tiny house yet, but I would like to purchase one.
I need help, and I don’t know who could help me. I am working at the
Gibbon Conservation Center, Santa Clarita, Ca. I am research and care
assistant here, I am taking care of 35 gibbons, I am a mother of 3
little one, I am also working on my PhD study. I am a full time volunteer here.
I work very hard here, I work 10-12 hours a day, 7 days a week, and I
love my job. I am 28 and I am working here more than 3 years. I came from Hungary,
just to work with gibbons, and learn more about them. I have been
living in trailers shared with other volunteers, and now I am living
in the office room. I would like to have a little space just for my
self, where I can work on my study or relax.
The tiny home was made by Tortoise Shell Home, It’s a very cute little home on wheels.
http://tinyhouseblo g.com/stick- built/tortoise- shell-tiny- home/
I love this little home, I could live in it many years. There is a sale on the home, I could buy it for $9,300.
The Gibbon Center can not afford to buy it for me. We are a nonprofit
organization. We house the largest and rarest groups of gibbons in the
Western Hemisphere. The gibbons are arboreal primates, they live in S, and S-W Asia. They are highly in dangered.
We have bread the most gibbons of any institution
in the world in the past 10 years. We are the only institution that
house all the four genera. We are devoted to the education of the
public on the gibbons, we give lectures and educational tours. We are
studying gibbons for the betterment of the species, preserving the
species in captivity, assisting zoos and rescue centers in S and SE
Asia with the better care of gibbons and species identification.
We have 35 gibbons here, the oldest one is 34 years old and the
youngest one is 1 month old. We are located in Santa Clarita, Ca. Our
website: http://www.gibboncenter. org
I need help to get this home, I need a sponsor, or a grant.
Gabi: Laying hands on the funds to purchase your own small house can be difficult, but I wish you the best of luck!
Found your website while searching for “living small”. I’m so done with the “stuff”. Close to purchasing a house – gulp – 792 sf. There are 3 of us, youngest is 6. My wonderful husband is skeptical – but I know we can do it. Any suggestions for good books on the subject? I can’t wait to simplify!!
Congrats on your downsize. Very exciting times for you and the family. One suggestion is Sarah Susanka’s The Not So Big House; she talks less about square footage and more about the concept of “home,” no matter the size. I’d also recommend Cradle to Cradle by William McDonough and Michael Braungart. Not so much about downsizing in the traditional sense, but it definitely got me thinking about the things I purchase and the things I keep. Good luck!
Funny to see those small units.
We are just starting a production in Thailand to make prefab small ‘cabins’ but in Bamboo.
Also since we come from Europ, we realise we should inslulate it etc….
Love it- and the downsizing living tips too (something we all need to do).
If bored, check out the episode of Tiny Yellow House TV I launched two weeks ago- MANY more in the works, and 2 more will be shot next week. If you have any show ideas, etc- let me know (I’m in MA).
IS that your home on the top of the blog? VERY cozy looking place- its great!
Author of “Humble Homes, Simple Shacks…”
Host of “Tiny Yellow House TV”
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