Design Student To Live In A Microhouse Replica

Design Student To Live In A Microhouse Replica

An experiment to gain more insights into the 'Urban Nomad' movement.

Naresh Kumar
  • 6 july 2010

Alec Farmer, a student at the Glasgow School of Art, is conducting an interesting experiment to learn more about micro-architecture and sustainable living. He has created a replica of a 50 year old design by Ken Isaacs of the ‘Urban Nomad’ movement and plans to live in it for 1 year in the centre of Glasgow, Scotland to gain more insight into the movement that focused on small scale, portable dwellings in urban locations.

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