WIN a signed copy of Deek’s “Humble Homes, Simple Shacks” book, The book “Eco-House”, Shelton Davis’ “Adirondack Pallet-Chair” plan-set, and a really nice work shirt from VT’s Jamaica Cottage Shop (www.Jamaicacottageshop.com)
We’re looking for your ideas, input, creativity, and brainstorming, on what exactly could be done in a space so small as 64 square feet. Yes, SIXTY FOUR SQUARE FEET. Not “I’d do Yoga in it”, but how you would lay things out and arrange them to make it work, to create and save the maximum amount of space.
Sleeping arrangements? facilities? jacuzzi? ping pong table? Where would it all fit!? IS it possible? -well, maybe not the ping pong table and jacuzzi- but we’re looking for some different narrative ideas on how YOU would approach this tiny house design challenge. Sketches aren’t required, but they might help to convey your idea- its up to you.
8×8 Tiny House Design Submissions:
- Hunter’s 8×8 Cabin
- LaMar’s 8×8 Cabin
- Kevin’s 8×8 Cabin
- Anthony’s 8×8 Cabin
- Jordan’s 8×8 Cabin
- Mary’s 8×8 Cabin
- Remi’s 8×8 Cabin
Winners will be selected a week from the date of this post..
WHY? Well, aside from seeing Jay Shafer’s very FIRST built Tumbleweed Tiny House on a field trip, touring The Whittled Down Caravan, Mariah Coz’s “Comet Camper”, and pawing through FOUR of Deek Diedricksen’s recycled-material shelters at his Relaxshacks.com Hands-On TIny House Building Workshop in Stoughton, MA (Nov 2-4), attendees will get the chance to possibly outfit (or, er…”in-fit”) the inside of Deek’s newly re-assembled “All Eights Micro Cabin”- a budget vacation cabin ($700-800 to build) that he designed and built for a show on The History Channel. They’ll be tweaking the inside, adding windows, discussing amenities, furniture usage and placement, and more…
And who knows, your ideas just may be incorporated…
So, give it your best shot in the comments, and we just may be sending you $60 or so in Tiny House-related goods…
Here’s a quick video peek at the OLD incarnation of Deek’s “All Eights Micro-Cabin”, a seasonal guest house/shed”- taken, behind-the-scenes, while Deek was on set for the tv show in Brooklyn, NY.