“An anti-McMansion manifesto, this book surveys sustainability built houses whose owners gave up space for social conscience.” ~Details
“Mimi Zeiger has captured the lifestyle of downsizing in her new book, Micro Green: Tiny Houses in Nature
(Rizzoli, 2011). From dwellings that utilize structures in the woods, to homes built on wheels, Zeiger has shown the art of compact living through thirty-six different and unique examples.” ~Cottages-Gardens.com
“Zeiger features a range of environmentally friendly tiny dwellings from across the globe in her luscious book…” ~Mother Earth News
About the Author
Mimi Zeiger is the author of Micro Green. She founded loud paper, an architecture zine and now blog, in 1997. A Brooklyn-based freelancer, Zeiger writes on art, architecture, and design for a variety of publications including The New York Times, Dwell, Azure, and Architect, where she is a contributing editor. She holds a Masters of Architecture degree from Southern California Institute (SCI-Arc) and a Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University and has taught at California College of the Arts and at SCI- Arc. She is the author of New Museums: Contemporary Museum Architecture Around the World and Tiny Houses, which was featured in Time magazine and the Los Angeles Times.