TINY HOUSE LIVING IDEAS FOR BUILDING AND LIVING WELL IN LESS THAN 400 SQUARE FEET

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Tiny House Living

Author : Ryan Mitchell
ISBN : 9781440333248
Genre : House & Home
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“A classic book on the subject . . . an excellent resource for ideas, discussion and inspiration.” —Heavy.com, “Top 5 Best Tiny House Books” This book explores the philosophies behind the tiny house lifestyle, helps you determine whether it’s a good fit for you, and guides you through the transition to a smaller space. For inspiration, you’ll meet tiny house pioneers and hear how they built their dwellings (and their lives) in unconventional, creative and purposeful ways. Inside Tiny House Living, you’ll find everything you need to design a tiny home of your own: Worksheets and exercises to help you home in on your true needs, define personal goals, and develop a tiny house layout that’s just right for you Practical strategies for cutting through clutter and paring down your possessions Guidance through the world of building codes and zoning laws Design tricks for making the most of every square foot, including multi-function features and ways to maximize vertical space Tours of 11 tiny houses and the unique story behind each Tiny House Living is about distilling life down to that which you value most. Whether you downsize to a 400-square-foot home or simply scale back the amount of stuff you have in your current home, this book shows you how to live well with less. “Explores the philosophy and design principles behind tiny houses—and showcases some beautiful homes built by folks who live the simple life mortgage-free.” —Writer’s Voice “A great book for anyone who is interested in joining the tiny house movement but hasn’t quite made the leap.” —Compact Appliance
Category: House & Home

The Tiny House Movement

Author : Tracey Harris
ISBN : 9781498557467
Genre : Social Science
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This book features in-depth interviews with movement residents, builders, and advocates, which the author uses to explore how the tiny house movement is challenging consumerism, overwork, and environmental destruction and facilitating a more meaningful understanding of home.
Category: Social Science

The Modern House Bus Mobile Tiny House Inspirations

Author : Kimberley Mok
ISBN : 9781682682500
Genre : House & Home
File Size : 61.33 MB
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"[A] practical and transporting primer on the…skoolie movement" —Vogue.com For homeowners seeking a simpler life and apartment dwellers dreaming of their own space, tiny houses represent an inspiring, attainable ideal. For those fueled by wanderlust, converted buses—they call them “skoolies”—take the tiny house adventure one step further. Reborn as cozy homes, these retired school buses are ready to hit the road. And unlike the bohemian house buses of 1960s counterculture, many of today’s conversions adhere to a contemporary aesthetic of sleek minimalism. In The Modern House Bus, journalist Kimberley Mok shares 12 buses that are sure to inspire. These are families following a new American dream that values financial freedom over square footage, adventure over manicured lawns. Designed to fit the owner’s lifestyle and needs, the conversions are filled with inventive architectural details, creative materials, and unique style. Filled with photographs of the buses and their breathtaking surroundings and ideas space-saving hacks, this is a book for aspiring bus-owners and armchair adventurers alike.
Category: House & Home

Sociology Of Home

Author : Gillian Anderson
ISBN : 9781551309392
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 39.28 MB
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This collection explores sociological analyses of home in Canada, drawing upon studies of family, urban and rural communities, migration and immigration, and other areas to discuss the idea of “home.” This volume, organized across three parts, moves from the micro-level of personal homemaking, to the meso-level of neighbourhood community, to the macro-level of political ecology. The contributors, both new and established scholars, draw upon a plurality of standpoints, including gendered, class-based, racialized, and Indigenous voices. It is the first Canadian collection of readings on the sociology of home.
Category: Social Science

Home A Very Short Introduction

Author : Michael Allen Fox
ISBN : 9780191064296
Genre : Social Science
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Thoughts and feelings about home traditionally provided people of all cultures with a firm sense of where they belonged, and why. But with the world rapidly changing, many of our basic notions are becoming problematic. Both internationally and within countries, populations are constantly on the move, seeking better opportunities and living conditions, or an escape from violence and war. In spite of, or perhaps even because of these trends, ideas about home continue to shape the way people everywhere frame an understanding of their lives. In this Very Short Introduction Michael Allen Fox considers the complex meaning of home and the essential importance of place to human psychology. Drawing on a wide array of international examples he discusses what dwelling is and the variety of dwellings. Fox also looks at the politics of the concept of 'home', homelessness, refugeeism and migration, and the future of home, and argues that home remains a central organizing concept in human life. ABOUT THE SERIES: The Very Short Introductions series from Oxford University Press contains hundreds of titles in almost every subject area. These pocket-sized books are the perfect way to get ahead in a new subject quickly. Our expert authors combine facts, analysis, perspective, new ideas, and enthusiasm to make interesting and challenging topics highly readable.
Category: Social Science

Tiny Homes

Author : Christopher Dillashaw
ISBN : 1523387688
Genre :
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Tiny House Movement In our country, everything is getting bigger. The more things that you have, the higher your status in most circles. But just because you have more stuff, a bigger house, more cars, and take more vacations, does not mean that you are happy. While the current American thought is that you should get as much as possible, there are many who want to change things up and see smaller as better. This is where the tiny home movement has begun. People don't see the point of having huge mansions just to hold their things. They see the current way of life as wasteful and hard on the environment. Instead of aiming for bigger, they aim for smaller; way smaller. In fact, the average tiny home is less than 400 square feet. Considering that the average American home is now more than 2000 square feet, this is a huge difference. Creating a tiny home, or a small home if you still like the idea of going smaller but can't handle the 400 square feet or smaller, can take a lot of work. You will most likely have to build your own home; there aren't many of these hanging around ready for you to purchase. And with building, you have a lot of little things to figure out, especially when you think about your limitations with space. This guidebook is here to help you get started with your tiny home. No matter how much experience you have with tiny homes, as a beginner or having studied up on it before, this guidebook is here to help. From learning more about what the tiny house movement is all about to some of the things you need to keep in mind in order to make the perfect tiny home, you are able to learn it all in this guidebook. Some of the things that you can learn in this guidebook to help you get started with the tiny home movement include: * What the tiny home movement is all about * Choosing the right location for your tiny home * How to build your tiny home including how much it will cost, how to save up money, and how to create a blueprint * Preparing each room in the home when you are limited on space * Decorating to get more out of your space * Other options for becoming self-sufficient to help the environment even more. * Tips and tricks to get more out of the tiny home The tiny home movement goes in the opposite direction of the prevalent schools of thoughts in America right now. People who follow this movement don't see bigger as better; they see bigger as wasteful and unnecessary. While getting used to a tiny home can take some time, it can be a very rewarding experience, saves you a lot of money, and will help you to simplify your life. Use this guidebook to learn all that you need about tiny homes so you can get started on your own tiny home today.
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Micro

Author : Ruth Slavid
ISBN : 1856695948
Genre : Architecture
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Very small buildings have a special appeal, and the constraints of space and cost can actually liberate the imagination. Most of the projects in this book consist of no more than a few key spaces, in many cases just a single space. They are united only by their compact nature, the pleasure that they can provide and the intelligence that they embody. A brief introduction is followed by five thematic chapters: Public Realm, Community Spaces, On the Move, Compact Living and Extra Space. The 53 case studies include a park bench that transforms into a shelter for the homeless in Australia, an inflatable treetop structure for rainforest observation, a portable house for victims of hurricane Katrina, a transportable church in Finland, and a suspended office in France.
Category: Architecture

Special Circular

Author :
ISBN : WISC:89044384030
Genre : Agriculture
File Size : 34.60 MB
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Category: Agriculture