In 2004, in Yulan, New York, Scott Newkirk designed a handmade house for himself, building it with old barn wood. The fashion stylist and interior designer drew inspiration from the 1973 book Handmade Houses: A Guide to the Woodbutcher's Art. The outcome of his efforts ushers the 1970s New York woodbutcher tradition into the new millennium, retaining all the soul while substantially raising the flair.
Built with wood and wood fiber board, this house at the foot of a mountain is the result of an experiment which discusses sustainability in construction and lifestyle. Via 38 Comfortable Small Houses. In Spanish. | Tiny Homes