Once they go on sale, the micro-homes will be sold as packaged materials, with assembly required. The company also leaves electrical and plumbing up to the buyer. Depelteau said the prototypes have been designed to stay on the trailer, keeping them easily movable, but noted buyers could also plant their home on the ground if they preferred.” – CBC News
Some tiny homes available on the market cost more than a standard size home. But thats not the way Scott Brown sees the tiny house movement… Using salvaged materials and a few gifted items — like a sweet woodstove — he built this little home for under $500. The home is only 83 square feet and sits on 20 acres of land that Brown’s friend owns.” – Inhabitat
Read and see more about this $500 tiny house built using salvaged materials at Inhabitat
Dubbed the Raven Loft and perched among the trees of Pender Island in Canada, this tiny treehouse serves as a home for its builder, Geoff de Ruiter. Geoff, who is a graduate student of Northern British Columbia, sees it as a means of living a more sustainable lifestyle.” – Humble Homes
See more of The Raven Loft at Humble Homes.