You might have seen this awesome video floating around Facebook recently, but if you haven’t, meet the Brikawood “Studio Kit” that allows you to build a tiny house without any nails or screws.
Yes, you read that correctly! These innovative bricks fit and click together much like LEGO bricks, and it would only take you and a few friends a couple days to put the whole house together (minus the electrical/plumbing, etc.).
If you happen to live in France, you’re in luck! If not, I sure hope they’ll ship it overseas because I would love one of these. What do you think?
This is an Eco Casita at the back of a downtown Las Vegas Urban Homestead Permaculture Food Forest. It’s available as a long-term rental and looks absolutely luxurious.
The tiny space comes with all kinds of amenities (but you must not bring meat on the property — vegetarian fare only), including a full private bath, queen bed, linens, an outdoor urban farm and kitchenette. For a full list of details and price, sign up for a free account on Try It Tiny and check it out here.
This is an off-grid tiny library cabin in the Georgia forest!
Hello. we built this on a permaculture farm this last winter. An off grid library/ lounge in the middle of the Georgia woods. The project was completed in 2 weeks and cost about $2000. It is primarily made from recycled materiel. The major expenses were the wood stove and pipe, foundation and tin roofing.
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