A Professor’s Tiny House Is a Model for Different Living


The San Francisco Chronicle features an article today about a tiny house with a big impact that is sitting in a professor’s backyard. Karen Chapple, an associate professor of city and regional planning at the University of California at Berkeley, worked with students in engineering and design to build a 450-square-foot house that is a “net-zero energy” structure — that is, through solar panels, it produces more energy than it uses.

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