Built in Nashville and delivered to an artist living in Los Angeles, the 20-foot-long Orchid Tiny House is a stunning example of small-space architecture. New Frontier Homes used engineered lumber to bolster the framing and ridge beam of the stick-framed house. A steel beam installed along the cantilevered roof provides additional support and stability.
Tiny house living is much more than downsizing for the sake of simplicity. David Latimer, the founder and CEO of New Frontier Tiny Homes, got involved in this niche market as a way of encouraging people to live with intention. From economic responsibility to curating a home full of belongings that bring you true happiness, the reasons to invest in a petite pad are endless.
The buffalo in a space-suit serves many purposes. In a nutshell, our logo represents an emblem of the New Frontier for American society at large – a meshing of the original Western Frontier, and the “Final” Frontier – space.
Who among us, reflecting upon the life we have lived, would choose to be surrounded by our possessions rather than our people, recalling the shared experiences of our lives?
This is your year of living better and freeing yourself from materialism. It’s your year to experience happiness and warmth outside of the material world. And materialism—its expression, its antidotes, its eventual acceptance—permeates some of the more undesirable qualities we all find in ourselves. Now, let it go.