Miranda Aisling’s mission is to reconnect art to daily life, a purpose you can see throughout her work as an interdisciplinary artist, community organizer, and entrepreneur. She built her tiny house, Aubergine, as a public art project in 2015 with the help of the community of Miranda’s Hearth.
Volstrukt’s Zac Siegler is here to talk about benefits, disadvantages, and cost differences of a steel framed tiny houses. Having spent the last 3 years involved in the structural decisions made when building a mobile […]
Introducing The Power Couple that Organizes the Country’s Biggest Tiny House Festivals, John and Fin Kernohan – #021
John and Fin Kernohan founded the United Tiny House Association, which has organized eight for-charity tiny house festivals – including the World’s 3 largest tiny house events. They have been living for six and a […]
Today my guest is Jody Brady. In 2014, after living in a series of traditionally scaled houses, Jodi and her husband Bill decided it was time to “right-size” their living space. They designed and built our […]