Yestermorrow tiny house 

Built in Waitsfield, vt - currently resides in Westminster, Vt 

2015

Over 18 weeks a group of other participants and I designed and built this 650 square foot library and living quarters. Designed for a professor at Marlboro college our task was to design a space that could hold over 3,000 books, 15 people and 1 long term guest all while utilizing contemporary sustainable systems and material sourcing. 

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The concept for this house grew from the idea of modernizing the classic gable. By splitting the cable into two pieces and then separating them an entry vestibule could be formed. The vestibule physically separates the public library and meeting room (left) and the private quarters (right). Each piece was assembled individually in Waitsfield, VT then lifted by crane onto flat beds and transported to its final home where it was positioned on pre-case piers. 

The concept for this house grew from the idea of modernizing the classic gable. By splitting the cable into two pieces and then separating them an entry vestibule could be formed. The vestibule physically separates the public library and meeting room (left) and the private quarters (right). Each piece was assembled individually in Waitsfield, VT then lifted by crane onto flat beds and transported to its final home where it was positioned on pre-case piers. 

 
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