Tiny Houses – Doc’D #25

In this month’s architecture-themed episode of PractitioNERD Documented, or “Doc’D”, host Montez McCrary will be discussing the concept of the tiny house type and the tiny house movement as a whole. Continue reading “Tiny Houses – Doc’D #25”

Student’s Thesis Turns Bus Into Tiny House

While it sucks that the blood, sweat, time and tears poured into projects that former architecture students like myself crafted resulted in no architecture job, it’s great to see a lot of us branch out with our design prowess.  For his thesis project, University of Minnesota architecture student Hank Butitta bought an old school bus and converted it into a flexible living space. Hmmm, sounds like I’ve written about these types of projects before….oh well. In the end, Butitta had a 225 square-foot mobile home — with a nod to the tiny house movement — with reused gym flooring and dimmable LED lighting. Continue reading “Student’s Thesis Turns Bus Into Tiny House”