Build Time: 9 weeks
Location: Austin, TX
Size: 240 square feet
Publication: "Going Tiny: Failure + Opportunity in the Future of Affordable Housing" 
CNN en Marcha 
Austin Home Magazine 
"Tiny House, Big Living" | HGTV/DIY Network 
"Tiny House Show Features HU Student" | The Bison, Harding University Student Publication
University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture E- news [October 2016]
“Kinetohaus” translated simply means “moving house;” in designing and building a tiny house on wheels in which to live while I attend graduate architecture school at the University of Texas at Austin, I was inspired by the flexibility and dynamism of lifestyle that comes with tiny houses.
Kinetohaus was an exploration into an emerging typology - tiny houses on wheels - that is fundamentally different from static houses on foundations. Narrow and dynamic, Kinetohaus is wrapped in a durable metal shell and clad with rich, natural wood siding; natural light is considered as another material, helping a compact footprint feel spacious.