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Tiny House from Bamboo-Ricehusk-Mud : A Minimalist Design for Natural Building

By Roper, Sabine, Elisabeth, Dr.

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Reproduction Date: 5/18/2015

Title: Tiny House from Bamboo-Ricehusk-Mud : A Minimalist Design for Natural Building  
Author: Roper, Sabine, Elisabeth, Dr.
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Education, Natural Building
Collections: Architecture, Innovation Management, Authors Community, Sociology, Literature, Most Popular Books in China, Favorites in India, Education
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Publisher: Center for Children in Need
Member Page: Sabine Roper


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This is an interesting concept for anybody, who doesn't need to build on a trailer. The materials are innovative and easily available in many areas of the world. Bamboo is extremely strong and if the fram eis done properly it should be able to withstand earth quakes. Mesh wire could be added. All material are light. Add your own touches and make if more comfortable, if you need.

A Tiny House with 262 sqf build with natural material. A minimalist designs, which allows to build cheap and fast a small house.

262 sqf / 24.34 sqm This is an extreme design, for extreme conditions. Maybe you would call it a cabin or a shed, no wheels necessary, no restriction from a trailer. It needs to be off-grid, water from a stream, solar panels, internet only via satellite phone. It has to be really cheap and fast to build with local (Burmese) villagers. It needs to protect against mosquitoes, as it is in a malaria region with increasing resistance against the medications. Not for you? Probably not, but maybe there are still a few good ideas for you in it, if you continue to read my ideas. It might be a very interesting alternative to a bamboo hut or wooden house for the people in this region. Why Tiny? Why big? I am tired of cleaning a big house, that my kids constantly mess up and make dirty. Tired of chasing after them in a big house. We had our best times, when we lived tiny, squeezed with 10 persons into two 3x3 rooms with a loft plus a kitchen and bathroom.


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