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A-Z Homestead Micro Living Units

Right now I’m showing you these A-Z Homestead Micro Living Units by Andrea Zittel of Zittel.org.

It’s an interesting simple living design that can work in numerous settings.

These homestead micro living units can also be used for a variety of purposes.

From temporary student housing and micro vacation cottages, to emergency living shelters and homeless housing solutions. Please enjoy and re-share below if you want to. Thanks!

A-Z Homestead Micro Living Units


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Images © Zittel.org

the A-Z enterprise encompasses all aspects of day to day living. home furniture, clothing, food all become the sites of investigation in an ongoing endeavor to better understand human nature and the social construction of needs.

Source: http://zittel.org/

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  • There seems to be mostly tiny houses that are built with mainly a log cabin look but I am more of the type that likes tiny homes with a modern look to it with all stainless steel appliances, simple walls, and a real house look on the outside, but that is just my opinion.

    • Avatar ingrid Stanway

      Check out “living big in a tiny house” they have some great tiny house ideas that look like houses and the inside can be modern

  • Avatar Thomas

    I really like this little house, but isn’t this the Ready Made MD-100 house?

  • Avatar Karen R

    Efficiency for basic needs. Murphy bed that’s a bench when raised would make sense.

  • Avatar vickie


  • Avatar Mark

    .. Looks interesting as a short to semi long term accommodation unit.. I have a few questions though .. How much would something like this cost? How portable is it? Does it have a solid base/floor and how long would it take to erect? ..
    Thank you .. Mark

  • Avatar Susanne

    Wonderful idea for homeless people, with a shared bathroom facility..

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