Call this the anti-McMansion, the opposite of living large.
These small houses require innovative use of construction materials, architecture, and three dimensional thinking. Because of their on wheels construction, they bypass many zoning and permitting restrictions.
Their cost is low, their use of resources modest, and their footprint on real estate and the planet is small.
A home built with advanced materials that includes a kitchen, great room, bathroom/shower, and bedroom - all under 100 square feet. That's cool.
One other cool item to share this week - a great YouTube Video on healthcare data visualization.