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The collaborative


TINY HOUSE PROJECT

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The collaborative


TINY HOUSE PROJECT

 
 

OUR MISSION

Using access to simplicity as our standard, we have developed an idea that can transform our society for the better. We are enabling people to live maximum lives by helping to identify the most important things in life, beginning with our living environments. Become a part of The Collaborative and share, explore, and discover what resonates with your ideal for maximum living. 

 

All photography provided by Gavin Boothe

 
 
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Through Schools


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Through Schools


Tapping into the experience of Riverside High School in Eastern Washington, we are duplicating an existing curriculum where students build a tiny house during a school year, and sell it at cost to fund materials for the following year. The course offers an applied math, science, and English credit, as well as offering a remarkable opportunity to learn team work, and a wide variety of valuable trade skills associated with constructing a tiny house.

Our goal is to empower high schools across the nation with the opportunity to offer this curriculum to their students, to enable them to deeply connect with their communities, and learn invaluable life lessons along the way. 

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People Sharing


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People Sharing


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And You


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And You


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Maximum Living


BECOMES POSSIBLE

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Maximum Living


BECOMES POSSIBLE

 
 

MINIMALIST HOUSES : MAXIMUM LIVING

Just an awareness of possibilities boosts appeal in the effort to make tiny houses more mainstream. Collaboration on possibilities is the key. What type of person can live in a tiny house? It is our stance that through innovative design, tiny houses can be customized to fit anyone.

Check out our project on Kickstarter!