This little home is where Jessica and her household lived for 4 years, while planning for and constructing their home. It sits on a five-acre property on Sauvie Island, an agricultural island on the Columbia River quarter-hour north of Portland. The house is an interesting experiment in reduction and reuse not only because it’s only 540 sq. toes or because it was reworked utilizing almost exclusively reclaimed materials, however because the constructing itself is now being recycled for the fourth time. It was first built within the early nineteen forties as part of Vanport Village; a shortly erected development constructed to deal with shipyard employees. When Vanport Village flooded in 1948 this specific little home was floated down the river to Sauvie Island, the place it grew to become the goose-examine station for Sauvie Island hunters. Years later it was reworked to turn into a rental home.
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