The $200 Microhouse

I really enjoyed this recent article in the New York Times about The $200 Microhouse, and thought you might be intrigued by it as well.  This little number is the Gypsy Junker, designed and constructed by Derek Diedricksen.  I watched a couple of his Tiny Yellow House videos on YouTube, and was quite entertained.  You have got to appreciate a guy that uses the door of a deceased front-load washer for a porthole-like window!


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2 Responses to “The $200 Microhouse”

  1. Claire Says:

    i love it! im really interested in the acupuncture eco houses. im not too sure we would get planning permission or it would actually work here in ireland. Perhaps if i lived in the south of france where sunshine existed!

    Visiting from Blogging your way!

    • Beth Evans-Ramos Says:

      Hi Claire,

      I am so happy to have you visiting my blog, all the way from Ireland! It’s a pleasure to be meeting so many new blogging friends through Blogging Your Way. We have an action-packed four weeks ahead of us. We aren’t having too much sunshine our way either as winter continues to act like winter. I keep track of the temps in Aix en Provence, one of my favorite places. The weather there would be much more friendlier for these microhouses. I’m off to visit your blog!

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