Charming 18’ tiny house on wheels, a creative outlet to bring people together.
Meet Lee Pera, an illustrious tiny house community builder and geographer in Washington DC. She built her charming 18’ tiny house on wheels, in part, as a creative outlet to bring people together while exploring the meaning of home. The outcome: Boneyard Studios, the first of its’ kind urban tiny house community showcase (2012-2014)—the spirit and mission continue through Lee’s empowering work.
She shares how both her community development projects and tiny home have evolved over time. See links below to learn more and to join her local tiny house Meetup. When we met up with Lee, her tiny home was parked in a DC backyard. We love how she achieved very efficient space utilization, with no built-in furniture, which allowed her to rearrange the layout multiple times to better suit her needs.
Lee's THOW feels airy, without skimping on storage space including a sizeable book collection.