Derek has built several micro houses in his backyard out of reclaimed materials. In this video interview, Merete Mueller and Christopher Smith give you a glimpse into Deek’s world.
Micro Houses & Backyard Forts
What I like the most about small structures is all of the different ways that people can benefit from them. Many of the micro homes that Deek creates cost less than $200 to build.
If you’re willing to look around with an open mind, you can find lots of your materials for free as long as you have the time and willingness to look around and talk to people.
9 Ways To Use a $200 Micro Shelter
- Backyard office
- Children’s playhouse
- Micro storage unit
- Chicken coop
- Micro Cabin
- $100 Homeless Hut
- Occupy Wall Street Shelter
- Tree house
- Micro camper
What are some other cool ways that people can use these micro houses? Share your ideas in the comments after you watch the video.
Photo Credit: Me
Video Interview with Derek “DEEK” Diedricksen
TINY: A Story About Living Small
Meet Merete Mueller and Christopher Smith, the filmmakers behind “TINY: A Story About Living Small”.
Plus I want to show you how you 1) help fund their documentary and 2) how you can can receive one or more of the following as a thank you for supporting them:
- Access to the online premier of the film
- Access to behind the scenes footage
- DVD of the final product
- An entire weekend in their tiny house
Also check out Derek’s blog over at RelaxShacks.com. Last thing, before you go…
What would YOU use a micro shelter for?
What would you use one of these micro shelters for? Or do you have any other cool ideas other people can use them for? Comment about what you like about micro structures below.
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