Since roughly 2013, the idea and construction of tiny houses have been popular among various groups of people. In the book Tiny Houses, a variety of styles are shown from all over the world––from a Woolhouse in Hungary at a total of thirty-two square feet to a place in New York at nine hundred and eighteen square feet.
Tiny Houses serves a dual purpose––the reader can enjoy the book for its professional pictures with beautiful landscapes in the backgrounds and/or gain ideas and information on this worldwide phenomenon. The section on each house includes a floorplan, snapshots, and information about the house and its owner. With thirty-seven houses included in the book, there’s a lot to enjoy.
With the Marie Kondo-inspired “stuff” purges that happened not too long ago, minimalism is becoming more popular in society. Becoming a minimalist has its perks but might not be for everyone; there are many reasons for minimalizing, such as moving, downsizing, or being conscious of the environment. When you look at the homes in Tiny Houses, you will notice how they contain the bare minimum, but it is still enough to survive.
The bonus at the end is a list of the tiny houses available for rent around the world!
|Page Count||224 pages|
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|Category||Art, Architecture & Photography|