Synopses & Reviews
Back in print, The Tiny Book of Tiny Houses, a miniature version of the immensely successful Tiny Houses, is an invitation to explore, and maybe build, seventeen of the most ingenious, eccentric, fantastical tiny houses ever built -- from George Bernard Shaw's Writing Hut to a tiny Cape Cod Honeymoon cottage. The background of each home or shelter is included, along with the community or setting where it is located, and the lifestyle that is part of the tiny house experience. There is a house and a dream in this book for everyone interested in the art and craft of housebuilding.
From George Bernard Shaw's writing hut to a tiny Cape Cod honeymoon cottage, here are 17 of the smallest, most charming retreats ever built. Award-winning architect Lester Walker explores the minute details of each tiny house, captured by plentiful photographs.
About the Author
Lester Walker is an award-winning architect and author of numerous books including American Shelter, Tiny Houses, and Block Building for Children. He lives in Woodstock, New York, where his architectural practice is based.