"An anti-McMansion manifesto, this book surveys sustainability built houses whose owners gave up space for social conscience." "Details ""Mimi Zeiger has captured the lifestyle of downsizing in her new book, "Micro Green: Tiny Houses in Nature "(Rizzoli, 2011). From dwellings that utilize structures in the woods, to homes built on wheels, Zeiger has shown the art of compact living through thirty-six different and unique examples." Cottages-Gardens.com "Zeiger features a range of environmentally friendly tiny dwellings from across the globe in her luscious book..." Mother Earth News
About the Author
Mimi Zeiger is the author of "Micro Green." She founded loud paper, an architecture zine and now blog, in 1997. A Brooklyn-based freelancer, Zeiger writes on art, architecture, and design for a variety of publications including "The New York Times," "Dwell," "Azure," and "Architect," where she is a contributing editor. She holds a Masters of Architecture degree from Southern California Institute (SCI-Arc) and a Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University and has taught at California College of the Arts and at SCI- Arc. She is the author of "New Museums: Contemporary Museum Architecture Around the World" and "Tiny Houses," which was featured in "Time" magazine and the "Los Angeles Times."