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Angie Espinoza Vaquerano & Samantha Rohlfsen

ID: 1471

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As a student at Iowa State University, we have lived in several different housing types on campus and off-campus, and move-in dates never seem to line up. The options for living alone near campus are limited and expensive. Living near campus also limits food access to students who cannot afford the university’s convenience stores. After having online classes this past year, we learned the importance of a comfortable and efficient workspace in our home.
Our tiny house is located on an empty plot of land between campus and downtown Ames. The site is within walking distance of campus with two bus routes that are accessible to campus and downtown Ames. Downtown Ames provides students with affordable food access. The tiny house houses all virtual spaces in a home with multiple flexible workspaces.
The tiny house becomes a living space on a smaller scale without having to sacrifice anything. We have included spaces for all the necessary spaces you would need on a daily basis. The site allows for multiple tiny homes to create a small village for students who need short temporary living space.

Angie Espinoza Vaquerano & Samantha RohlfsenAngie Espinoza Vaquerano & Samantha RohlfsenAngie Espinoza Vaquerano & Samantha RohlfsenAngie Espinoza Vaquerano & Samantha Rohlfsen

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