We like to believe that living in a small space is somewhat of an art. Often times space is considered luxury, but a lot of side effects have come with the larger spaces we've lived in. More space leads to more stuff, and more to clean! Mimi Zeigler has written a book, Tiny Houses, that features over thirty homes under 1,000 square feet. We're excited to have the opportunity to meet Mimi at her upcoming book signing.
Mimi Zeiger holds a Masters of Architecture and is a freelance writer and founder of loud paper zine and blog. Zeiger has set out to create an homage to the best examples of small houses that exemplify sustainable living at its best. "These designs illustrate ways to build homes that are reductive in scale, but not in scope. By making a positive impact on the environment, each house dreams big." says Zeiger in the introduction to the book.
Apartment Therapy operates with the belief that "a calm, healthy, beautiful home is a necessary foundation for happiness and success in the world," and that "creating this home doesn't require large amounts of money or space." Zeigler seems to speak directly to us and our mission statement with her collection of dynamic photographs of these functional and stylish homes, and the people that live in them. Zeigler's book elevates the art of living in smaller spaces without sacrificing luxury or good design. For this, we are very excited to meet Zeiger and check out her new book.
Rare Device will host a book signing for Mimi Zeiger's new work Tiny Houses Wednesday, April 8, from 6 - 8pm. We're interested to see how large the book is!