“Yes, Vincent, There is a House Museum That Works”[1]

            I recently read Vincent L. Michaels’ article “The Problem of the House Museum.”[2] Michaels identifies the problem as the concept of the house museum itself. He argues that the house museum "model" never worked. His argument is a sharp turn away from previous assessments of house museums, like Ruth … Continue reading “Yes, Vincent, There is a House Museum That Works”[1]

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What We Can Learn from Historical Homes: The Tiny House Movement and the Historical Home

Those who know me, know I love small homes. I like small spaces because it forces human contact; you are either living on top of your spouse or you leave you house a lot more. Which brings me to the second reason to love tiny homes: your housing costs will drop, you can afford to … Continue reading What We Can Learn from Historical Homes: The Tiny House Movement and the Historical Home