Monday, November 28, 2011

Monday Minimalist: Truly a Trend

I've given you some minimalist links before, so this should come as no surprise to you. Taking up less space is becoming more and more popular as more and more people are moving into cities. There is only so much space to be had.

Here is yet another article on building small living space. This is more assembly line type, but they say the quality is higher (and give reasons). What do you think?

I have an appreciation for this bit, "I like to provide a large sink, so that the person who's using it doesn't feel like they're lacking or living smaller and everything is miniaturized."


Click here to read NPRs article: As Population, Consumption Rise, Builder Goes Small.

What size living space would be ideal for you & yours?
How many people does that include?

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1 comment:

  1. I love Tumbleweed houses, with something like the Fencl (at 117 square feet) being right up my alley: http://www.tumbleweedhouses.com/houses/fencl/

    When Joshua and I started looking for a house to buy, we looked at Tumbleweed houses, RVs, yurts, and other odd small homes to put on a plot of land because we were having so much trouble finding something that suited us. But, we lucked into an awesome log house on a cool bit of land, and so we kind of went the other direction - not small at all! We are two adults plus baby right now, and our house has four bedrooms plus the usual common areas. We have room for more people if friends or family ever need a place to stay.

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