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Joshua Woodsman’s “How To Build A Tiny House” Book

Do you remember the £1,000 tiny house called the “Tiny France” we showed you a couple months ago?

The architect of that home, Joshua Woodsman, has created an excellent book, “How to Build a Tiny House,” which includes more than 1,000 illustrations in 276 pages. It also provides dimensions in inches for those who aren’t on the metric system! You can get all the details about what the book includes (and the cost and where to buy it) below the pictures.

Related: Tiny France: The £1,000 ($1,200) tiny house

Joshua Woodsman’s “How To Build A Tiny House” Book

Images via Pin Up Houses

Images via Pin Up Houses

Related: Egg Harbor Township, NJ Tiny House

From Joshua Woodsman:

Author: Architect Joshua Woodsman
– 276 pages
– over 1000 illustrations and photographs
– step by step manuals
– both metric and imperial dimensions
– available in printed and electronic version

Inside you will find:

– Why owning a small house and not being exposed to the risk of personal bankruptcy is an advantage
– A step-by-step process from foundations to the roof or about connecting your house to public services
– Understanding the global construction material supply market and choosing the most suitable material
– Detailed illustrations and photographs for easily navigating the individual construction stages
– How to fix basic failures on your building
– How to understand the basic tiny house typology
– And much much more…

Hard copy $39
Electronic book $19

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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