Anytime I see people on a mission to design and build tiny houses it makes me happy. Whether they’re doing it for themselves or for the better good of this world. In this case students at Emily Carr University of Art and Design are on a mission to help a homeless person in Bowen Island and the house was built using a $10,000 grant from BC Housing for the Bowen Community Housing Association. The home is ready to live in but they are still sorting out legal issues in order to get it moved and used. The most amazing part about it is that for the price of one normal house we would be able to build 10 tiny ones that can potentially help folks that are in need. Read the original article here.