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It takes a village: Researchers studying US tiny house villages' benefits, challenges

(Kansas State University) Kansas State University faculty Brandon Irwin, assistant professor of kinesiology, and Julia Day, assistant professor of interior design, are traveling the United States to study the new trend in housing: tiny houses.
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