33-year old father of two Derek Diedricksen is a carpenter by profession who has become something of a YouTube sensation. Thanks to his video series called Tiny Yellow Home. What makes this series and his work so remarkable is the fact that Derek’s creations are micro homes built from household junk that range from 24 square feet to just 4 square feet in size. Moveable by a single person like a wheelbarrow, each of these homes are made from scavenged materials like sheet metal, empty glass jars, parts of washing machines, discarded kitchen cabinets, old storm windows, shipping pallets and a lot of other junked items from everyday life. The cosy eco friendly micro house made from household junk is small yet snug. This house has proved that the homes are not only big, they are also super eco friendly and cost less than $200 to make.
source : Daily Mail