Innovative Tiny Homes

Washington designers merge form and function in innovative tiny homes written by Melissa Dalton Olympia: Modern engineering and old-school craft unite photos courtesy of Abel Zyl Twelve years ago, Abel Zyl was walking in his Olympia neighborhood when he saw an 84-square-foot house parked in a backyard. Its owner, he learned, was Dee Williams, a local advocate for minimalist living and the tiny house movement, who had designed and built the abode herself. When Zyl bumped into Williams at the food co-op some time later, he told her she had inspired him. “I ran into Dee, and I mentioned that … Continue reading Innovative Tiny Homes