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How Tiny Houses Are Creating Strong Communities across the US

Read our guest post on Roca Gallery (available in Spanish)

September’s Topic: Connection in a Material World

A critical mass of tiny house rule breakers, those living in structures not technically allowed in most places in the US, are beginning to influence community development policy, the mainstream perception of success, and the meaning of home. A new American dream is emerging, one of reduced debt and greater flexibility. For a growing number of Americans, this means redefining what personal success looks like and feels like to them. By embracing minimalism in smaller- than- average homes, tiny dwellers are showing their neighbours that the key to a fulfilling lifestyle is through valuing experiences and relationships over material things.
— excerpt from Tiny House Expedition's article on Roca Gallery

About Roca Gallery:

It is an online platform where you can find a curated selection of writings from creative minds with the aim to form an opinion and share knowledge in best practice in architecture, design and innovation from around the world.

 Roca launches the new website  rocagallery.com , with the objective of creating an online space to learn, generate, and share knowledge about the best practices of architecture, design, and innovation.  On this platform, you can find a selection of articles written by creative minds, and links to the most important architecture and design events around the world. Each month it will focus on a new theme, decided by an expert editorial committee composed of relevant professionals from the sector, like architects Raya Ani and Jane Duncan, writer Jonathan Bell, and architect and urbanist John Palmesino.

Roca launches the new website rocagallery.com, with the objective of creating an online space to learn, generate, and share knowledge about the best practices of architecture, design, and innovation.

On this platform, you can find a selection of articles written by creative minds, and links to the most important architecture and design events around the world. Each month it will focus on a new theme, decided by an expert editorial committee composed of relevant professionals from the sector, like architects Raya Ani and Jane Duncan, writer Jonathan Bell, and architect and urbanist John Palmesino.