""Tiny Houses" measures less than 7 inches square but looks like it will be the new big thing in the carbon footprint conversation." "Architect Magazine" "Downsizing can be a good thing..." "Metropolitan Home" "The houses on display in this handsome volume, all beautifully and vividly photographed, point to more sustainable, less expensive ways to live." "Preservation Magazine ""In her adorably scaled-down coffee-table book, "Tiny Houses," Mimi Zeiger argues that living small isn't just ecologically sound but aesthetically pleasing." "Time Out New York .".".an entertaining exploration into the whimsical designs of small dwellings from around the globe." Archinect.com With large-scale living now passe, journalist Mimi Zeiger examines the new micro-green housing trend in this collection of prefab and modular homes. "Time" " ""
About the Author
Mimi Zeiger is the author of Tiny Houses
. 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,
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.