Book Review: Tiny Homes by Lloyd Kahn
Review by Meara O’Reilly
In the county, where I built my tiny house, anything smaller than a shed (10’x16′) doesn’t require permitting, which meant that my partner and I could avoid all the hassles and red tape and get right down to finding salvaged materials and building! Throughout the project we kept a close watch on Lloyd Kahn’s blog, where he posted prolifically about the process of making his gorgeous new book, Tiny Homes. Kahn has long documented the gems of the DIY house-building movement, but the houses here are even more inventive and unique to make up for their lack of space. Many of the pictures in the book come from blog readers, so the resolution is well matched for reading on a device, and the pictures pop even more than they do in print.
Above is an excerpt from the pages of MAKE Volume 32: Design for Makers
Forget duct tape and baling wire — now makers can design and manufacture things as beautiful as Apple and as slick as Dyson. We’ll show you how to conceive and visualize great-looking projects with our speed course in industrial design.
6 thoughts on “Book Review: Tiny Homes”
Took me a minute to realize the buy link was in the headline.
$26 there, $17 on Amazon:
Good point. I hyperlinked the book title in the main post as well.
….and only $13.99 on iBooks/iTunes… Which their publisher directly links to from their direct sales page linked from the blog.
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