Wednesday, September 17, 2008

47 Grand Designs for 47 Grand Houses

D+R reader Jay writes:

I've really been enjoying all the shack-related posts on your blog. Shackitecture is a great concept, by the way. I was interested in shackitecture for a long time before you coined the term. This book really got me started: A Little House of My Own: 47 Grand Designs for 47 Tiny Houses. If you don't have it already, I know you will like it. All the houses are under 325 square feet.
Sounds great! I like this line from the Amazon review:

Notably quaint homes from history, including Jefferson's Honeymoon Cottage, Henry Thoreau's Cabin, and George Bernard Shaw's Writing Hut, and features on wacky specialty houses are sure to inspire and delight.

A Little House of My Own: 47 Grand Designs for 47 Tiny Houses (Thanks, Jay!)