Smaller Houses, Fewer Problems

Smaller Houses, Fewer Problems
Christine Huang
  • 11 september 2008

The Small House Movement is pretty self-explanatory: people are sick of the cost, lifestyle and impact of living in large houses – so some of them are going small. (Real small.) The NY Times features a nice piece on the movement’s growing momentum, helped partly by advocates like Gregory Paul Johnson, a founder of the Small House Society in Iowa City, who took his small house on the road to spread the word. NY Times reports:

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