This whole week, in honor of the upcoming holidays, we’re exploring the notion of home — what home feels like and sounds like, and how you define home.
We kick off the week in the simplest way: with an exploration of the structure of a home — and what we consider absolutely necessary, regardless of its budget or square footage.
We’re joined by Matthew Lambert, Project Manager and Director of Technology at Duany Plater-Zyberk; the architectural firm is famous for its “Katrina Cottages,” migrant farm communities and other affordable housing.
Jay Shafer also joins us. In addition to being the founder and designer of the Tumbleweed Tiny House Company, he’s lived in a 100-square foot house for most of the past decade.