Tiny Timbers, 1622 Ellis Hollow Road, Ithaca
This small community of affordably built, not-quite-tiny (but very small & well-apportioned) homes features very energy-efficient construction and extensive use of local materials.
Contact Name(s): Caleb Dolph
Year Built: 2017
Architect/Designer: Noah Demarest/Stream Collaborative
Builder: Buzz and Caleb Dolph
Building Features: post-and-beam construction with local lumber and extensive use of local (and from-site) lumber; energy-efficient construction; air-source heat pumps; recessed LED lighting (right into the timbers!)
Last updated September 26, 2017
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