Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Nano House: Innovations for Small Dwellings

Phyllis Richardson has written some marvellous books on shedlike architecture including XS: Big Ideas and XS Green (as well as an interesting blog This September her latest book will be published by Thames & Hudson (the publishers of the forthcoming Bookshelf book), Nano House: Innovations for Small Dwellings. Here are some details:
Nano House presents 43 examples of the most innovative, most ingenious and most responsible designs for smallscale (less than 75m2) houses set in a variety of contexts. Each house, shown in texts, photographs and plans, is an object lesson in domestic design. Using digital tools, sustainable materials and new prefabrication technologies, all these projects offer exciting and realistic solutions for houses where space is at a premium, nature must be preserved or accommodation created for those who need it most.
If you're interested in tiny house living then this is a must buy.
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