Imaginative tiny house is a mobile classroom
Be they modern, rustic or Japanese-inspired, we’ve seen an assortment of lovely tiny houses, and even a few tiny house communities to boot. But not all tiny homes have to be private residences; Vancouverite Zee Kesler turned her structure into a roving community centre, a classroom and a curio, on top of wheels.
As Kesler explains on the centre’s website:
The Tiny Community Centre is the world’s smallest mobile classroom, artist residency and curiosity cabinet! Built primarily of waste and recycled materials from the film and construction industries, the project calls the viewer to examine the waste generated in their own lives & consider how it can be re-purposed to create positive social change.