Lloyd Kahn is a consummate adventurer and publisher. His seminal book Shelter, published in all its oversized glory in 1973, has inspired generations of builders and also the name of his publishing company. Fan-builders have also drawn inspiration from his earliest books, Domebook One and 2 (which he disavows), his contributions as shelter editor to The Whole Earth Catalog, and his more recent publications such as this one.
Tiny Homes: Simple Shelter documents the grassroots movement in tiny homes that's going on these days as a response to how crazy our world had become. This book profiles 150 builders who have taken things into their own hands, creating tiny homes (under 500 sq. ft.). Homes on land, homes on wheels, homes on the road, homes on water, even homes in the trees. There are also studios, saunas, garden sheds, and greenhouses.
Softcover, 224 pages.