New Lancaster Company Builds on the Tiny House Movement
James Stoltzfus always loved the idea of treehouses — “there’s a whimsical quality to the whole thing,” he says.
The same can be said of his new venture, Liberation Tiny Homes. At first glance, the concept might seem like a flight of whimsy: a business that builds homes smaller than many travel trailers and espouses the view that you don’t need a massive home to showcase great design.
Stoltzfus has built just one tiny home, a 170-square-foot, lofted, transportable unit. But the overwhelming response in just a few months has prompted him to turn this experiment in design into his new full-time profession.