Here at Curbed Austin, we like to bring you the gamut of the local real estate spectrum, from midcentury fixer-uppers to midcentury villages. (Oh, okay, also ginormous homes, old homes, storied homes, stylish homes, and all kinds of apartments.)
But during Curbed’s Micro Week, coming up very soon, we’ll be celebrating all things tiny in Austin—streets, parks, public spaces, restaurants, gardens, and the like. Most important, of course, will be our look at local small dwellings of our fellow Austinites.
And here’s where you come in, dear readers: Do you live in a micro-apartment? Have you cleverly configured your small space with a loft bed or folding furniture? Do you have a horror story about micro-housing? Are you extremely proud of your stylish, tiny digs? Or maybe you’re an architect, designer, or developer who knows the ins and outs of tiny house design and how to make it work in Austin.
If so, we want to hear from you! Micro Week starts Sept. 19, so if you have a tiny tale to tell, send us a message (firstname.lastname@example.org) posthaste.
In the meantime, check out Curbed.com’s thorough and ongoing micro-living coverage for inspiration. That could be you! (If you have lived in a tiny home.)