I am continuously developing the Tiny Town community model while advancing towards constructing our first tiny home community. I am also constructing a Logan36 model tiny home, with pictures, and information to follow.
I have been recording a series of video presentations to explain the 3-funding/investment models I have developed to launch the first tiny home communities. Unfortunately, it takes me hundreds of takes, to get the videos to a semi-shareable state, so in the interim, here are 3 shorts that highlight key information to the community’s success.
Logan36 – model tiny home
This video snippet from our Tiny Town tour focuses on our flagship Logan36 tiny home.
Community and Centre Introduction
This video snippet from our Tiny Town tour focuses on our community and the community centre features.
At the core of each 32-tiny home community is a SmartHub community centre. The centre provides a community gathering place and manages the utility services of the community. In separate shipping containers on the lower level (below ground) are housed equipment that collects and processes rainwater, processes the community wastewater, centralized electricity storage & distribution management, as well as verticle garden pods. These garden pods allow the community to produce more small fruits and vegetables than the farmland that the community may displace.
32 Tiny Home Community Pod
I have come to refer to each 32-tiny home community as a POD. Each Pod is self-contained and can operate independently of its neighbours. Pods can be connected to existing Pods to further develop tiny home communities without affecting established Pods. Pods are designed to allow community expansion in all directions, and as the community grows, the infrastructure grows to accommodate the increased community population.