Tour Zee's Tiny Community Center

It's so nice to follow a project and see it come to its fruition! It all started back when Vancouver artist Zee Kesler attended one of our weekend workshops two years ago and purchased plans to build a Tumbleweed Cypress. Zee wanted to share her Tiny House RV with others and do something unique, so she decided to convert her Cypress into a rolling classroom on wheels! With the help of her friends, she spent last fall and this spring building her modified Tumbleweed. Watch the full tour here:

Being that the space will be used as a classroom for up to twelve students, a few modifications needed to be made to the original plans. Zee added a wheelchair accessible side door, increased the width by building over the wheel wells, changed the roof pitch to allow more vertical interior space and converted the bathroom into a photo booth (students will use the park facilities)! 

Did we mention that Zee did all of this under a limited budget? She searched Vancouver for construction waste and recycled materials from the film industry and then collected those items over the last two years. She also had many materials donated to the project, arranged sponsorships, and organized a multi-week workshop that partially funded the project while teaching others Tiny House RV construction. All of these factors helped the Tiny Community Center reach finalization without breaking the bank!

Since the completion of the Tiny Community Center, Zee has been awarded an artist residency at Trout Lake Community Center  in Vancouver, British Columbia. She'll be parking her Tumbleweed at Trout Lake starting this July and will open it up to the public. Get involved and/or take an art class in Zee's Tiny Community Center this summer here.

Past Articles on Zee's Tiny Community Center:

Introducing Zee's Tiny Classroom on Wheels

Zee's Tiny Classroom Update

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Jenna BioJenna Spesard is currently living and traveling around North America in a DIY Tumbleweed Cypress with her partner, Guillaume, who is a professional photographer and Tumbleweed Workshop host. They are photographing and writing about their adventure and occasionally they will be hosting an open house. Follow their informative blog. 
 
    

Written by Jenna Spesard — July 02, 2015

Filed under: Artist Residency   British Columbia   Cypress   parking   Tiny Community Center   Tiny House   Tiny House Movement   Tumbleweed   Vancouver   Zee Kesler  

Tiny House Parking Available

Hi Tiny Housers! 

We were contacted by Rena Patrick, who has TWO parking sites available for tiny homes on her property on Quadra Island, British Columbia. More below - 

"There is electricity, water, cell phone reception, and land for rent. Wi-fi connection can be provided. Would be suitable for two friends wanting to live close to one another in a quiet and peaceful rural setting, which is walking distance from all amenities. 100$/week Canadian, long term available." 

Please contact Rena directly if interested - renapatrick@poetic.com

Photo of parking spots provided by Rena Patrick

All the best,
Tumbleweed Staff

 

Written by Jenna Spesard — August 01, 2014

Filed under: British Columbia   Parking   tiny House   Tiny house parking  

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