i love homes. i love the beauty of an old house and the minimalism of a modern one. i love tree houses and barns and airstreams. i had a friend who once lived in a caboose which was converted into a home with a small kitchen and bathroom. oh, how i envied him! every time i stepped inside, that caboose took me back to a favorite childhood book, "the boxcar children."
i grew up with two big brothers who also happen to be architects and some of this love certainly comes from them. they taught me that not all houses are homes and that one could take a shipping container or two and turn them into an awesome home.
so with that, i'd love to share a couple finds from small house style which is about small houses, but also innovative design. i found two lovelies from texas tonight including this double-wide which was converted into a pre-fabricated sustainable cabin built by urs peter flueckiger with his students at texas tech university.
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and the second is a converted shipping container (with a rooftop garden!) designed by jim poteet.