Experimental Small Building Designed to Reduce Homelessness and Create Jobs
The new design project by architect/designer William Edward Summers is designed to reduce the cost of housing, increase revenue for towns and cities, reduce homelessness, create well paying jobs, provide a location for new businesses, is low profile, makes money for those who build it, increases home equity and is very inexpensive. The basic project configuration can be seen here. The complete ready to use building permit application plans, including the micro apartment design are available. Buy the exciting “Mini Coach House” Plans for $99 USD
The loft was a fantastic live/work space for real artists back when they were very inexpensive. Today lofts are ideal for movie stars, lawyers and high tech moguls, but far too expensive for most artists. Another trend is the desire of many creative people to get closer to the natural world.
The “Mini Coach House” designed by William Edward Summers is a tiny house and artists work space rolled into one. It is very inexpensive to build, probably less than a nice new car, and offers tremendous flexibility. This versatile live/work option s the perfect cottage for that lot in Maine, Canada, or Northern California.
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A full set of plans, designed to basic international building code standards, is available for $99.00 U.S. dollars. Slight modifications will be required for heavy snow loads, also engineering may be required by local codes.