In the video above, Jay Shafer gives tour of his 89 square feet Tumbleweed House. Jay is a former entrant in our 2009 Small Cool Contest: Jay's Tumbleweed House and the founder of The Tumbleweed Tiny House Company.
Via: BoingBoing | Tour of a sub-100 sqft house
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I'd rather have an Airstream.
It's funny how this still pops up as if it's new. Jay hasn't lived in that house since he got married and had a kid and that's been at least a couple of years, I think.The tiny house movement is something I've had an interest in since I first read Lester Walker's "Tiny Tiny Houses" back in '92. Jay's done a great job of getting tiny houses out in the public eye.
If I built one I would skip the fireplace and have a full blown desktop connected to a 1080p TV. Desktop components would heat 100sq ft pretty well. I know. My office is tiny.Also, tiny houses like that work for people who have a hobby building tiny houses. If you do anything else you are going to need more room. I'm not saying it's true for all hobbies, but most.
Wow. I was claustrophobic just watching this. I hope he doesn't gain weight. That is the "mini-est" fireplace I've ever seen!
How many times have we seen this on AT? Many!
i cant breath...
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