The 30 residents of a tent encampment in Olympia, Wash. find a new sense of independence and security after transitioning into a $3 million tiny house village complete with community center and veggie garden.
Although he ultimately dreams of living in a tiny house in a tree, stuff-eschewing kayak builder Brian Schulz has settled, for now, on a renovated toolshed with enough space for just the bare necessities.
Ever been denied an apartment just because you don't own a pet? Clearly, you've never met Judy Guth, an octogenarian landlord who enforces a strict pet-owners only policy at her North Hollywood rental complex.
Because nothing can ruin your fabulous day out in the big city like heavy shopping bags and a full bladder, Manhattan will be getting its first 'luxury bathroom and private day storage' facility this summer.
Everyone's favorite boxy BFF, EXPEDIT, is being phased-out to the extreme displeasure of many. The good news? The shelving system will be reborn, slightly altered and with a new name, in a move that benefits IKEA's sustainability initiatives.
New York has the nightlife, San Francisco has the gorgeous scenery and Williston has, well, a handful of stoplights. So why then does this North Dakota outpost also have the highest rents for a one-bedroom apartment in the entire country?
Even if you're not keen on living in a zinc-clad piece of origami that floats above the forest floor, Primeval Symbiosis, a zero-impact housing concept that aims to stamp out reckless sprawl, is a lovely bit of starry-eyed green design.