Louis Burns has reduced the asking price for the tiny house he recently completed from $15,000 to $10,000. The house is built on a 16-foot trailer and weights less than 5000-pounds. It features a sleeping loft, small bathroom, closet, and simple kitchen.
Learn more at Austin Tiny House
‘Louis Burns & Austin Tiny House’ from jim bruno on Vimeo.
You are invited to join us as we celebrate the launch of MOSERstyle – an online community where customers, friends and fans of Thos. Moser share their unique Moser style.
Check out the site and upload your photos – the 4 winning photos (as voted by the users & Thos. Moser) will be featured in an upcoming catalog.
Questions about the site? Contact your MOSERstyle Mavens at email@example.com.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Your MOSERstyle Mavens
We’re always on the lookout for new products. Or old products done better. Or anything, really, that gets the mind spinning with DIY possibilities. The Liteblok from Cresco Concrete is one of those products that offers environmentally friendly building that’s fast, easy and affordable. We know what you’re thinking… so what’s the catch?
We’re looking. Closely.
What is Liteblok?
These large building bricks are made from concrete that has been specially treated with non-toxic foam to create millions of tiny air bubbles. No, it’s not a huge marshmallow. And we don’t recommend tasting it or trying to roast it over a fire (because they’re also fire-resistant, which is just another plus for this product).
Digital artist, Cory Arcangel is best known for his reworkings of obsolete computer systems of the 1970s and 1980s. From 10 February to 22 May, Arcangel will be exhibiting his latest bowling based creation, Beat The Champ at The Barbican Gallery, London.
One of Arcangel’s most famous pieces is Super Mario Clouds, which he created in 2002. Archangel hacked into a Nintendo Super Mario games cartridge and erased all the familiar features except the endless scrolling clouds. This idea of ‘reworking’ appears in much of Arcangel’s work. I Shot Andy Warhol, also 2002, features well-known public figures such as the Pope, Andy Warhol and Colonel Saunders as shooting targets in 1980′s arcade game, Hogan’s Alley.
While I currently make my living as a web designer (by day) and tiny house blogger/designer (by night) I was once a full-time studio potter. I mentioned this fact in a post called Daydreaming about Tiny House Pottery.
Colin, also a potter bitten by the tiny house bug, happy to have found a kindred spirit, shared his dream of building a tiny live/work space with me. He’d like to build a tiny house pottery studio and take it on the road by the end of 2011.
The primary design challenge is what to do with all the dust. Pottery studios typically don’t make good live/work spaces because no matter what you do, you have to deal with dust packed with silica, alumina, and all sorts of nasty little particles. Even when you work with non-toxic materials the dust is so fine it gets everywhere which can lead to respiratory troubles.
To solve this problem Colin is currently thinking that a tiny house split into two separate spaces with entrances at each end of the house would keep the dust in its place. Pictu
At Design Lines, we’re in love with hearts and any variety of reds including: pink, peaches, and raspberries. We thought we’d put a few Valentine’s day ideas out there for you Ladies & Gents- as now is the time to send those love letters!
Purchase an assortment of cards to send to multiple valentines.
Consider picking up this stamp & making your own.
Pick up some flowers a la Trader Joes and put together arrangements all around the house.
Get a fabulous tray & serve breakfast in bed.
A classic! Try making love