An Architect Builds a Tiny Cabin For His Aunt and Uncle on Beloved Family Land in Mississippi

An Architect Builds a Tiny Cabin For His Aunt and Uncle on Beloved Family Land in Mississippi

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By Laura Mauk
Generations of family have lived on this wooded, waterfront site, where architect Will Randolph has built a weekend getaway for about $100,000.

When Florida couple Jon and Niki Nash wanted a modest weekend retreat near Mississippi State University, where their daughter attends college, they commissioned their nephew, architect Will Randolph of Archimania, to design a tiny house on a beloved piece of family land outside of Starkville.

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