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Frontiers in Art Research, 2019, 1(4); doi: 10.25236/FAR.2019.010410.

Less Means More


Rosie Wu

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Rosie Wu

North Raleigh Christian Academy senior student, Hebei, China


The oversized family housing has been a major issue that causes the sprawling of cities and  growth of ecological footprint. Tiny house, however, with its smaller space, will be able to reduce the ecological footprint of family houses by minimizing the construction waste and fully relying on renewable energy source for power systems. Therefore, the tiny house project should be implemented in some less populated cities.


Ecological footprint; Waste minimization; Renewable energy; Green city, Small housing; Sustainable infrastructure.

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Rosie Wu. Less Means More. Frontiers in Art Research (2019) Vol. 1 Issue 4: 55-57. https://doi.org/10.25236/FAR.2019.010410.


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