Tiny Houses Built With Recycled Materials

Author: Ryan Mitchell
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1440592128
Size: 45.98 MB
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Join the tiny house trend! The tiny house movement is a big trend with a very small footprint. Extremely small house, with less than 1,000 square feet of space, are environmentally friendly, less expensive than typical homes, and often movable. Tiny Houses Built with Recycled Materials is full of ideas for using reclaimed materials and upcycled goods to construct a tiny house that is good for the earth and truly unique. Ryan Mitchell, author of The Tiny Life blog, shows you how to repurpose everyday items to create your new home, including shipping containers, salvaged barn wood, and reclaimed shingles. Featuring profiles on tiny house owners with photographs and floor plans of the homes, ideas on where to find materials, and what to look for and avoid when selecting reclaimed materials, Tiny Houses Built with Recycled Materials is a unique book perfect for your biggest DIY project yet!

The Tiny House Movement

Author: Tracey Harris
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1498557465
Size: 15.85 MB
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This book features in-depth interviews with movement residents, builders, and advocates, which the author uses to explore how the tiny house movement is challenging consumerism, overwork, and environmental destruction and facilitating a more meaningful understanding of home.

Timber Home Living

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Size: 68.39 MB
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Timber Home Living introduces and showcases the beauty and efficiency of timber homes to an eager custom home buying audience. The magazine’s inspiring photography, informative editorial, quality advertising and essential resources involves and encourages readers to pursue their dream home.

Designing The Sustainable Site

Author: Heather Venhaus
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470900091
Size: 21.77 MB
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Here is a design manual for those interested in gaining the knowledge and skills necessary for achieving sustainability in residential settings. The book introduces the concept of regenerative design whereby built landscapes sustain and restore vital ecological functions. It guides readers through a design process relevant to new or retrofit residential landscapes that not only minimizes environmental damage, but help repair it. Photos, sketches and case studies from built projects illustrate concepts and practices. The text offers an excellent tool for a wide range of professionals involved in the residential landscape industry.

Timber Home Living

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Timber Home Living introduces and showcases the beauty and efficiency of timber homes to an eager custom home buying audience. The magazine’s inspiring photography, informative editorial, quality advertising and essential resources involves and encourages readers to pursue their dream home.