Issue 16 - Tiny House Magazine

Issue 16

Digital PDF Magazine


  1. Small Portland Prefab Home Stacks Space and Fits Family of Three
    When Matt Kirkpatrick and Katherine Bovee bought a half-sized lot in Portland, Oregon, instead of filling the reduced area with their home, they designed their living quarters to stack inside a compact, wooden box.
  2. Home Is Where The Anchor Drops
    Our passion is to go 'Where The Coconuts Grow' in search of surf, sun, sand and serenity.
  3. Keeping Your Tiny House Safe From Moisture And Condensation Issues
    Though tiny house and conventional construction principles share many commonalities they differ in one obvious aspect: scale. This disparity has some major implications when it comes to moisture and condensation considerations. Excess water can wreak havoc in a structure.
  4. Can Tiny Houses Save the World?
    One of the best things about living in a tiny house is the gratitude I feel for the very simple things in life.
  5. A Bed Over My Head
    I'd had a love of tiny houses for a year or two, but I didn't grasp how I could make a living doing something tiny house related.