Architect-Designed Tiny Home Offers Downsized Living in a Refined Package

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(from Jennifer Goodman, BUILDER, the magazine of the National Association of Home Builders)

Tiny houses are generally under 300 square feet—not a type of dwelling that production builders will be offering any time soon—but the growing tiny home movement is putting the spotlight on a new way of thinking about home building.

The idea has some takeaways for the country’s mainstream builders as the number of Americans aiming to reduce their carbon footprint and live affordably grows, says Ryan Mitchell, a Charlotte, N.C.–based tiny house builder and blogger. Read more, and see the slideshow, here…

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