Short Street Tiny House

Short Street Tiny House

Gregory Han
Aug 14, 2007

Size doesn't always matter. It's how you use it. And industrial and exhibit designer Dirk Dieter uses all 250 sq. feet of his Short Street Tiny House to full advantage with a smart layout and many space saving tricks. Built in 1954 as a fisherman's shack, Dieter converted the Pacifica warming shed into a shining example of space efficiency, with amenities like black Corian counters, a rolling audio-video center and 69-inch-tall Clothes Tower to store away his whole wardrobe. Still, I wonder if it would feel anything like this sharing such a small space with another person.

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