Art Cormier is one of those unique, multi-talented guys who grew up surrounded by building projects. Almost two years ago, he built a modified Tumbleweed Elm using SIP walls and roof, 100-year-old Cypress wood for exterior cladding and nice interior finishes.
With obvious building expertise, Art soon teamed alongside our lead designer Meg Stephens to host Tumbleweed's step-by-step construction video. In 2014, Art has agreed to lead several Tumbleweed workshops in the Southeast and attendees are in for a real treat. Let's see Art introducing his tiny house by video, and then ask him a few questions.
1. What's your background? Read More
During the 2013 holiday season, we enjoyed how tiny house dwellers and builders celebrated in style. Everything seemed traditional and familiar, yet scaled down a bit for their homes. Take a quick tour below.
Texan, Swedish and tiny traditions here (tinyhousebigdream.wordpress.com) Read More
Where would you put your home? We realize that placing your tiny home in a nice environment is important, and encourage you to dream here. While all these settings are sensational, you may prefer solitary time, connections with others, or even yearn for a satellite connection. Take a look at how others already live off-grid.
Pictured: A tiny island in the Adriatic Sea near Dubrovnik, Croatia Read More