We share a throwback video to our visit with a sustainable tiny house builder Ryan O'Donnell in Ventura, California.

He is an incredibly talented artisan yet down-to-earth, like his business name Humble Handcraft. In our latest tour video, we share two of his artistic, handcrafted tiny houses.

They're infused with a stunning mix of salvaged materials, reclaimed wood, and artisan-made fixtures. He also uses non-toxic finishes.

What also makes Ryan's work so fascinating is that it's built entirely off-grid. He uses solar power and a backup biodiesel generator to power the entire tiny house construction process.

This all part of his Green Initiative:

"Our philosophy starts with an attempt at full-circle sustainability in building. By using ethically sourced materials and supporting solar energy, we minimize our carbon footprint."

Featured Tiny Houses:
  • Los Padres gooseneck tiny house, 238 sqft - 28'x 8.5' x 13.5'
  • Chiefs Peak (the OG Humble Handcraft, 170 sqft - 20'x 8.5' x 13.5'

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