Back by popular demand: More tiny house resources! Small is the new black (well, if black were architecture). In our last roundup of tiny house resources and websites, readers submitted their own recommendations for modern small space living. Here are seven more great resources, at a glance—be sure to tell us your favorite digital destinations for all things tiny in the comments.
From a tiny transparent retreat on San Juan Island in Puget Sound to a cozy cottage nestled north of Drag Lake, these five residences demonstrate the myriad ways in which glass can enhance the modern home.
A name that may be familiar to you after reading many issues of Dwell: Mark Mahaney. Based in Brooklyn, New York with his wonderful family, Mark is an extremely talented photographer who has shot over a dozen stories for us and is always excited to take on a Dwell assignment. His work is beautiful and honest and photographs a house like he is capturing a portrait of a person. Check out more stories Mark has shot for Dwell here.
Charles and Ray Eames need little introduction. The husband-and-wife team are lions of mid-century design, helping define what mid-century America would look like, feel like, and value. They also made some pretty awesome films on their work. Here are a quartet of our favorite Eames films—three made by Charles and Ray and one more of them introducing their legendary lounge chair on NBC. You know the designers, now get a taste for the filmmakers.