Enough people are crafting tiny houses these days that it’s become recognized as an architectural and design style of its own. The Shemer Art Center in Phoenix has dedicated a five-week exhibition to what they’re calling the MicroDwell aesthetic.
And why not? Artists have always taken a stand against the dull excesses of human society, and there’s no better response to tracts of 4,500-square-foot exurban mansions than an elegant little home resting light upon the land. If you’ve begun to think this way and you’re close to Phoenix, this show is probably worth a visit. It’s open daily except Mondays until March 23.
Photo via Cinder Box Microdwelling.