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Tiny Houses: Small Space, Huge Potential

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#1 Jesse Jimmie

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Posted 06 November 2015 - 01:26 PM

Even with a small space, the design potential can be huge! Step inside these amazing tiny homes and see for yourself!

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Americans may find themselves living in little chicken shacks like this!

 

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Posted 06 November 2015 - 02:08 PM

TWELVE TREEHOUSE BUILDING TIPS THAT JUST MAY SAVE YOUR ASS!
 
The less-revealed tips to building a simple treehouse.....which also greatly applies to tiny house dwellers, as in some areas, you can get away with building a micro structure in a tree (deeming it "sculpture" or a mere "kid's fort" when and if any ball-bustin' authorities come by) which can very well serve as guest quarters, or depending on your locale or county (ie. in a few places in the US where there are no building codes), as your actual micro-home. 
 
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#3 Jesse Jimmie

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Posted 06 November 2015 - 02:12 PM

Japan’s Largest Treehouse is a Sprawling Structure Built Around a 300-year Old Tree

Japanese Treehouse Creator Takashi Kobayashi has built over 120 treehouses in the past 15 years. When it comes to treehouses, his name is known across Japan and overseas. So when he was approached by the Risonare resort in Atami to create a treehouse for them, Kobayashi had his reservations. After all, he had plenty of other offers.

http://www.spoon-tam...-year-old-tree/

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Posted 06 November 2015 - 05:21 PM

Nice little houses. 

They're all unique in their own way! 

Not like the ghetto garbage that has been foisted on the head count in the past.

 

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Barren and concrete!

Ruled by block gangs selling their wares.

Patroled by crooked cops taking their cut off the street.

Laughing fat polititions in tweed at the hall of records keeping track of all the value for the bankers to suck the blood of life from all things human.


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Posted 07 November 2015 - 01:29 PM

Nice little houses. 

They're all unique in their own way! 

Not like the ghetto garbage that has been foisted on the head count in the past.

 

Pruitt-igoe1-800.jpg

 

Barren and concrete!

Ruled by block gangs selling their wares.

Patroled by crooked cops taking their cut off the street.

Laughing fat polititions in tweed at the hall of records keeping track of all the value for the bankers to suck the blood of life from all things human.

 

That's a stark contrast from those smaller homes built with pride shown above.  It may be economically suitable within a cold business environment.  But, ghettos and track housing projects lack any necessary envirornment for growth of the human being individual.  Those places are filled with too much negativity for people to cope with each other in a rational manner.


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