'Tiny House' shows people how to live small
March 5, 2012 (EVANSTON, Ill.) (WLS) -- It's not quite a dollhouse, but Northwestern University's ''Tiny House'' is showing people what it's like to live life small.
Visitors can now see the Tiny House along Sheridan Road. It measures just 128 square feet.
The zero-net energy house produces its own electricity using solar panels and also collects all of its water.
But it has everything you need to live comfortably.
Tiny House's project team is made up of students and alumni from the McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science.
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