Brian “The DIYer” Kennedy was an engineer in the Army, so structures and systems make sense to him. He has been active within the Tiny House community for quite some time after he first was living in a very tiny apartment in South Korea while trying to figure out ways to maximize space. It was during this time he realized some very cool features that are applicable to the tiny living lifestyle. After South Korea, he had a job where he lived in a tent for year, was part of the 2014 Tiny House Conference in Charlotte, and a big hit at the 2016 Georgia Tiny House Festival.
Currently, Brian is building his 137sqft tiny house out of as much reclaimed, recycled, repurposed, and salvaged materials as possible; and incorporating a pallet floor with individual artwork collected from the tiny house community.
Brian describes himself as “ridiculously tall”, which creates a unique set of challenges for his tiny house design. Be sure to stop by and visit with Brian, help create some artwork for his floor, ask about materials, or to get some design feedback.