Micro-community of tiny homes flourishes on rehabilitated vacant lot

“Turning an under-used, derelict urban lot into a tiny house community

…Hoping to demonstrate the possibilities of the tiny house lifestyle, especially on under-used urban lots, a small collective of tiny home owners joined forces in 2012 to form Boneyard Studios, a micro-village of tiny homes located on a rehabilitated vacant lot in the Washington DC area. Check out the visual tour of this remarkable tiny community.”

On Treehugger (a great website) here.

4 Responses to Micro-community of tiny homes flourishes on rehabilitated vacant lot

  1. Anonymous says:

    In case you missed it: helping the homeless in Austin with tiny homes


  2. Anonymous says:

    Charming! No cookie-cutter McMansions here. Every city in N. America should have such a place, or ten.

  3. Anonymous says:

    What a lovely sense of community – centered on the garden in spaces which come together… can we make this a new – reinvented model of urban life….

  4. Anonymous says:

    Would love to see a book in the coming future on – living small, the Urban way…
    If shelter is looking for something of interest to publish beyond – Barns of the West….
    Habitation & husbandry – defining agriculture differnently…..

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