The tiniest of tiny houses began its life as a dumpster
You Live in What?, which is a real show on Home & Garden Television, seems a little bit incredulous of Gregory Kloehn and his tiny house. To be fair, the show can’t help but sound incredulous, since it has a question mark in its actual title. Also, to be fair, Kloehn’s home is a converted dumpster.
But, actually, Kloehn is kind of genius. As he points out, a dumpster makes perfect sense as housing in NYC. It has a “nice pitched roof.” It has a deck (also known as “the top of the dumpster”). Maybe it smells a little, but what doesn’t? And how many Brooklyn residents would get a chyron saying “Homeowner” when interviewed on TV?
It only took him six months to rig it up into a nice living space.
We’re expecting the New York Times Style Section article about converted dumpster living in 3 … 2 … 1 …
Brooklyn Hipsters Now Literally Just Living in Filthy Dumpsters,
New York Observer