Houslets allows anyone to reinvent and reshape urban spaces with modular, redeployable, open-source building. We help people envision and implement low-cost housing, shelter, event, or work spaces, using new methods of low-skill and DIY fabrication. We also work with municipalities and property owners to facilitate siting and approval of units via "lean urbanism" approaches such as temporary use and accessory-dwelling zoning.
Project presentation from Hack the Housing Crisis conference, SF, June 2014: http://bit.ly/houslets-housinghack1.
"A Tiny Modular Housing System For Cities Where Real Housing Is Too Expensive To Afford." Fast Company (Fast.co Exist), Feb 26, 2015. http://bit.ly/houslets-fastcompany.
"Bay Area Man’s Envisions Small Living Spaces To Relieve Housing Crisis." CBS San Francisco, 6pm news, February 19, 2015. http://bit.ly/houslets-cbssf-youtube.