The Scrap House

Thanks to Michelle Manetti and the Huffington Post! | November 2, 2012

Hi Everyone,

Just wanted to write a quick note thanking Michelle Manetti for her article on the scrap house surviving Hurricane Sandy. Sadly, I still don’t have any substantive updates – I will eventually, I promise! However, if anyone finds this blog and has any questions, or just wants to chat about tiny homes or scrap building techniques, I’d be more than happy to do so. Just leave a comment, or I can be reached at Thanks again everyone, Michelle, and Kent Griswold for his excellent work at The Tiny House Blog. If you need inspiration for tiny homes, that’s a great place to start. 


Have a great day, 


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This blog is dedicated to an experiment a group of three other fellow students and I are doing at our school in Buxton, NC. My Drafting III class and I set out to see if we could build a house for free. It's small, but functional. All the materials come out of dumpsters. And most of all, it's working.







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