A Pocket Community

An up-and-coming development of small homes on Grand Lake focuses on minimalism and fellowship among neighbors.

Selser Schaefer Architects was tasked to design a concept for a Tiny Home Community that could be site adapted to recreational sites. Crafted around an intimate, human scale, these tiny home communities will offer the perfect recreational getaway — one with a sense of belonging and a desire to linger.

A perfect example of our motto, “people-first design,” the first tiny home development located at Grand Lake is designed to promote fellowship and community — and lake-side views.

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“In our world, we are so connected yet we are lonelier than ever. I wanted to build something unique that is more focused on humanity than just making a dollar.”

– Phillip Uzzel, Developer

Read more about Selser Schaefer + 94 West Tiny Home Community here.