Alex Carver and Christopher North of Northern Timbers Construction recently built an amzingly compact living space as part of the Human=Landscape exhibit.

Alex Carver and Christopher North of Northern Timbers Construction recently built an amazingly compact living space as part of the Human=Landscape exhibit. The solar-powered microhouse is only 100 square feet, but still contains a kitchen and bathroom with just enough space leftover for a chair and bed. While not practical for most peoples living situations, the Microhouse is an elegant example of compact housing design.

It’s currently on display at City Hall Park in Burlington, Vermont.

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