If design is about navigating limitations to deliver good experiences, then tiny houses are fascinating little crucibles of design. The modern house—in America, anyway—often offers seemingly arbitrary design features, or decorative ones that make little functional sense. In contrast, everything in a tiny house speaks of firm decision-making by the designer. French industrial designer Laëtitia Dupé designed and built her own tiny house in 2013. Smitten with the experience, she teamed up with...


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