Downsizing hasn't meant denial for Tim Johnson. Though his solar-powered Missouri home is only 200 square feet, its amenities include DSL, a flat-screen TV, and a bedroom coffee station. Like other members of the movement toward living well in tiny houses, Johnson has replaced quantity of space with quality of experience, including an increased connection to neighbors and the outdoors. "You sit on the porch a lot," he says, "so your room is as big as the world." --Martin John Brown
January 31, 2007
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