Building a Modern Tiny House in Connecticut

Teeny Tiny Cardboard House

June 2016 Update: The design I am building has changed once again and will be entirely different from the one pictured here. I’m keeping the new design under wraps for now—hopefully you will enjoy seeing it revealed as it is built!

A rough scale model of ProcessHouse created out of cardboard and construction paper to get a better feel for the relative dimensions.

Tags: model, design

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  • Comment by Sally on 15 February 2015 9:37 am

    I am loving the model of the tiny house with a modern aesthetic, it seems to build on the uncluttered and open feel of that style, and it seems that anyone planning to downsize to a much smaller house (even if not a tiny house!) should be taking lessons from your designs!

  • Comment by Mike on 15 February 2015 7:59 pm

    Thanks so much for the kind words, Sally. I am working on a second, smaller model right now which shares a similar aesthetic. A lot of tiny houses try to fit a lot into them with very little breathing room for each "zone", which--to be fair--may be required if more than one person will be sharing the space. But I'm focused more on designing a space that is optimal for one full time occupant, with space for visitors when they drop by.

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