Beds in tiny homes can be a hard to thing to deal with because they take so much space, and you’re not even using them during waking hours. Instead of a lofted option, Ana White of Spruc’d came up with an.
We’ve explored bicycle towed trailers in the past. In particular, the Wide Path Camper seemed like a nice execution of the idea. But as a number of readers noted, it had a couple big liabilities. First, was its weight of 100.
Techno-urban utopianists predict a future where people will live in plant-covered high rises that spring up like natural organisms. All transportation will be on demand. Everything will be powered by completely clean fusion power. Goods will be shared and instantaneously accessed through sophisticated.
Dan Timmerman is an American. He makes his living professionally racing cyclocross. If the combination of those two statements doesn’t impress you, you probably don’t know much about cyclocross. The sport is like steeplechase on a bike, and though popular.
Have you ever thought you understood the world around you, then all of sudden discover hidden subcultures right under your nose? You thought you knew your colleagues and neighbors and then find out they are really, deeply into things like Dungeons.
There was a time in the not so distant past when people held on to and cared for their stuff. They fixed toasters, darned socks, patched holes and did a variety of things that didn’t involve one-click-shopping for replacements. While.
This site tends to focus on tiny residential structures–microscopic pads that people are supposed to live in. But the charms of tiny aren’t limited to houses. Case in point is this tree, um, “structure” built by Derek “Deek” Diedricksen. As.
Something about Adam Finkelman’s Brooklyn transformation of an open-floor-planned studio into a two bedroom apartment really resonated with our readers. Perhaps it was his imaginative use of reclaimed materials or the one-month’s rent budget for the conversion or how relatable his.
There is often a rift between one’s tastes and one’s access to–or willingness to part with–the kinda money needed to satisfy those tastes. You might want that beautiful, $8K mid-century modern sofa that you know will last a lifetime, but.
I know what you’re thinking: this small space living is cool and all, but how will I eat in the event of a societal collapse? Sprawling McMansions with two-acre lots might be an environmental nightmare in times of plenty, but.