The Tiny, Mobile Community Classroom

Tiny House Giant Journey
Friday, 9th October 2015

This tiny building based in Vancouver, Canada, is a community centre for local artists and anyone who wants to be creative.

Zee Kesler created this tiny and moveable space as part of a community discussion on tiny homes. It led to Zee and a group of friends building this 20ft 'trailer', teaching others how to build one along the way.

It is a beautifully artistic space, holding various art classes, from spinning and natural dying, to learning how to draw.

There are many discussions about tiny homes, and whether they are actually liveable, but this is a great example of how they can be used - to create a space for people to learn, have fun and communicate.

Further resources

Tiny homes for the homeless

Watch: Build your own home for less than $3,500 (£2,300)

Minimise and downsize with tiny home living

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