"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 passé, journalist Mimi Zeiger examines the new “micro-green” housing trend in this collection of prefab and modular homes.” ~Time
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, and Architect, 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.