Houses

Making a Really Tiny House

Making a Really Tiny House

Building an actual house requires lots of different skills. OUROBOROS ARQ shows how you can apply the same experience and materials to the creation of a miniature dwelling, as they lay down a concrete and rebar foundation, erect beams and walls, lay bricks and install a tile roof for their literally tiny house.

Amazing Joshua Tree House

Amazing Joshua Tree House

Got half a mil burning a hole in your pocket? You could be the new owner of this California desert home by architect Fritz Haeg. This 1 br 1 ba home features a unique blend of natural materials and modernist style, and sits on 45 acres. Contact agent Paul Karr for more info.

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Brikawood Building Blocks

Brikawood Building Blocks

Brikawood building blocks allow for the construction of wood homes without the use of power tools, screws, or nails. Other than the base structure and roof, the walls of a Brikawood house simply slide together using notched wooden blocks and a mallet.

Basecamp DIY Home

Basecamp DIY Home

Backcountry Tiny Homes sells plans and guides for building a rustic trailer home based on the one that they made for themselves. Starting at 204sq.ft., the home has many modern amenities and also has a roof deck and off-grid options.

Jesse Pinkman’s House

Jesse Pinkman’s House

You can now own the house that Jesse Pinkman bought in Breaking Bad. Located at Albuquerque Country Club in New Mexico, the two story 3500sq.ft. house has four bedrooms and lots of visitors from fans of the series.

Howard Hughes’ Beverly Hills Home

Howard Hughes’ Beverly Hills Home

Perched on a private knoll overlooking LA, Howard Hughes’ former house has been updated with smart features – including a security system that can be controlled from an iPad – and has a 900sq.ft underground area ready for expansion.

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