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This is the Mt. Tolmie Tiny House by Island Life Tiny Homes. It was designed and built by four architectural students who wanted to provide a solution to British Columbia’s rising real estate costs.

Island Life Tiny Homes was established in January of 2016 by four visionary architectural students determined to provide an affordable, but elegant housing solution in British Columbia’s soaring housing marketing.

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The Mt. Tolmie Tiny House by Island Life Tiny Homes

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This is the story of a group of Westminster College students who built a tiny house on wheels as a dorm room and as an on-campus learning and living experience.

It’s great because some students get to try out tiny living while the college also uses the structure for academic purposes. Pretty cool, right? Enjoy and learn more below and let’s hope we can inspire more schools to do the same! Thanks!

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College Students Build Tiny House on Wheels as a ‘Dorm Alternative’ and On-Campus Living/Learning Experience

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This is a 144 sq. ft. custom tiny house on wheels built by students at the Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences (CHSAS).

It’s 24′ long, 8.6′ wide, and 12.3′ high. It’s designed to sleep up to five people. Priced at just $8,000. What do you think?

The CHSAS Tiny House on Wheels (For Sale)

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LORETTO — Saint Francis University is digging into the tiny house trend as part of its Energy Technology and Policy program.

The typical American home is about 2,600 square feet, whereas the typical small or tiny house is between 100 and 400 square feet.

Saint Francis’ tiny classroom, built in a shell purchased from 84 Lumber, is 160 square feet.1

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Concord (CA) High School students have completed the Construction Tech Program’s first Tiny House on Wheels.

With the help of our community partners Ashby Lumber, West Coast Windows and Doors, and Tumbleweed our goal is to make the program self-sustaining.

The class was able to learn all aspects of residential construction and the THOW was our culminating project.

The design is based on the Tumbleweed Cypress Equator 20′.

High School Students Build 20′ Tiny House on Wheels

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This is a tiny house built by students at Western Sierra YouthBuild.

It’s the only high school in Nevada County that offers vocational training and academic courses.

The tiny house is located in Grass Valley, California. It’s for sale for $22,500 or best offer.

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Tiny House Built by Students at Western Sierra YouthBuild

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This is Sawhorse Revolution’s Salvaged Material Tiny House built for a homeless family in Seattle.

Sawhorse Revolution seeks to empower students to use carpentry, design and education to help the homeless community, and if you want you can support their effort on Indiegogo.

This organization has already built several tiny houses to help the homeless, while helping young people learn how to design/build!

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Sawhorse Revolution Salvaged Material Tiny House for Homeless

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College of the Sequoias Students won awards for their Tiny Home.

The house won the People’s Choice and Curb Appeal trophies at the Sacramento Municipal Utility District’s Tiny House Competition.

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College of the Sequoias Students Win Awards for this Tiny Home

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This is the C.A.S.A. 802 in Vermont.

It was designed and built by Norwich University students.

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Norwich University Students Design and Build CASA 802

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