Schoech presents how a devoted do-it-yourselfer learns what it takes to assemble a factory-made dwelling from start to finish. When Aaron Jones decided to build a tiny one-room house on his central Tucson lot, he knew he wanted something minimal, modern, and airy. For Jones, a self-taught carpenter who planned to do much of the work himself, it seemed like the ideal solution: an architect-designed home with enough wiggle room to accommodate his own ideas.
Diary of a PREFAB Samantha Schoech Sunset; Jul 2009; 223, 1; Docstoc pg. 53 Reproduced with permission of the copy
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