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LifeEdited: What We Can Learn From Camping Equipment

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TreeHugger founder Graham Hill is trying to radically reduce his footprint and live happily with less space, less stuff and less waste on less money, but with more design. He calls it "LifeEdited." At TreeHugger we are going to go seriously back to first principles, looking at the design and furnishing of his 420 square foot apartment. There is a lot to learn from camping equipment. Most kitchen stoves weigh in at a couple of hundred pounds of steel and take up 5 square feet of space, or over 1% of Graham's apartment. Yet Warren has shown us a stove that weighs less than an ounce . It is perhaps a bit minimalist, but what happens when you think of living like you are camping at home? It particularly makes sense when you have a sixth floor walkup.... Read the full story on TreeHugger






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