What Does It Take to Live in 300 Square Feet?
Brown learned from his experience that these homes work better when sited together:
"They need a critical mass to achieve their promise as a viable alternative to neighborhoods of 3,000-square-foot-plus homes. Dropped randomly into acre-lot subdivisions and diminished by surrounding McMansions, they look eccentric and experimental. They need small-lot site-planning and the company of friends."
Thanks to Hazel Borys