Tiny House Summer Camp 4

Sunday, February 13, 2011

The world’s smallest television/tv studio….well kinda….

"The Relaxshacks/'Tiny Yellow House TV' New Mini Studio"- Made of Recycled Materials
ALSO- WAY BELOW- MORE INFORMATION ON OUR 2011 RELAXSHACKS.COM HANDS-ON, TINY SHELTER/HOUSE BUILDING WORKSHOP- JULY 9th IN Massachusetts….(New info)
As for the photo above….no, its not truly any real tv studio, but the recycled-material, remodeled foyer at my home, where I just shot a couple of new micro-videos for my “RelaxshacksDOTcom” youtube channel. One of these clips is “Man With The Ugly Hat 2- TIny House/Cabin/Architecture Book Reviews”- in which we cover books from Colin Beaven, David and Jeanie Stiles, Gerald Rowan, Jay Shafer, Dan Mulfinger, Lloyd Kahn, and more.
The foyer: It cost about $200 or so to remodel, and incorporates a freebie door, recycled/free window, one entire wall made from cobbled-together pallet wood, leftover bamboo flooring, a wine-bottle ceiling light/lamp, and lots of mill-extra tongue and groove cedar (walls and ceiling). The window you see near the floor, actually opens outward and will later serve as the entrance to a “secret room” of sorts (storage, or a tiny library/reading room).
Ultimately, the exterior of this little room will be masked as a large doghouse/shed. Access to this door will be behind an upright/stored vacuum or two.
AS FOR THE WORKSHOP UPDATES: We’re already half-booked/half-sold out for this July 9th Building/Tiny Shelter Workshop in MA- so sign up soon if interested KIDCEDAR AT GMAIL DOT COM- AND NOW….
EACH person will be getting a copy of GERALD ROWAN’s BOOK “COMPACT CABINS”- a cabin/tiny house design book with SIXTY-TWO floorplans and sketches for your future cabin! – a $20 value. MORE to come too….
-Derek “Deek” Diedricksen

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