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These Incredibly Tiny Cabins, Tree Houses, and Mobile Dwellings Are All Less Than 182 Square Feet

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Author Derek Diedricksen zeroes in on the DIY art of small living in his new book, Microshelters. What he finds is a highly motivated, occasionally eccentric community of hobbyists who challenge themselves to pack tons of functionality into spaces that are barely bigger than parking spots.

Designed by Taliesin student Dave Frazee, the Miner's Shelter in Scottsdale, Arizona, is a 45-square-foot dwelling that...
DIY touches define this three-tiered, 182-square-foot studio, belonging to artist and engineer Steve Sauer.
Hal Colombo's 68-square-foot Seattle guesthouse, which he proudly describes as "funky," includes a full tub, planted...
The Vermont-based Jamaica Cottage Shop built this 132-square-foot writer's retreat using a super durable timber-frame...
Designed and built by Diedricksen himself, the Periscope was intended to be a treehouse, but its tall, elongated form...
Both a workspace and sauna, this 34-square-foot hut, which belongs to Finnish artist Helle Kvamme, mixes business and...
The Gnomadik, a 70-square-foot dwelling on wheels designed by Adam Szoke and Chris Boux on Google's SketchUp drafting...
Microshelters, which features tips for designing your own small space as well as 52 other tiny structures, is out now...
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