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H.I.T. Blog

Submitted by administrator on Mon, 2015-03-30 14:13

In December of 2013, Kristie Wolfe bought a plot of land in Hawaii for $8,000 and only spent $11,000 more to build herself a tiny, sustainable house. Wolfe’s house is built on 15-foot tall stilts and the roof is built from bamboo thatching (a layering of bamboo). The house is left open for sunlight and fresh air. What is also incredible about this tiny house is that it includes a full size bathroom with a natural rock sink, toilet and shower, which are all run by rain water.

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