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.
Project Management 101: Planning Your Tiny House Like a Pro With Super Curator, Joel Zaslofsky – #023
Building a tiny house may be the biggest single project you ever take on. Big projects require more than just checklists. Enter: Project Management. Joel Zaslofsky is a simple living enthusiast and Project Management extraordinaire, […]
Meet Jake and Kiva, the power couple behind the popular Tiny Nest Project youtube channel. The Tiny Nest Project started as a conversation in 2012 after watching a documentary on tiny homes. After a period […]
If you’ve never heard of Kent Griswold, you’re probably mistaken! Kent runs the near-ubiquitous TinyHouseBlog and publishes the monthly Tiny House Magazine. In our wide-ranging conversation, we’ll talk about where Kent sees the movement going, […]