The Tree House

Bone House

The Boot House

Coming soon…the Hat House!

Since he has accomplished building a house that looked like a cowboy boot, the next obvious step is to
build a house that looks like a cowboy hat. He is as anxious as anyone else to see the outcome. Whew!

Have you checked out the Boot House?

Smither Park

Smither Park continues to be in the news regularly. Here is one recent article.

https://thebuzzmagazines.com/articles/2017/07/mosaics-smither-park#.WW5nNrpSIjQ.facebook

Smither Park was listed as one of the top nine of “Houston’s Most Unique Attractions” in the July issue of Texas Living Magazine. Make sure you visit!

Welcome to the Commotion

The Phoenix Commotion is a local building initiative created to prove that constructing homes with recycled and salvaged materials has a viable place in the building industry. This process uses only apprentice labor and teaches marketable skills to anyone with a work ethic who is willing to swing a hammer. By keeping labor costs low and using donated or found materials, the homes created are truly affordable. No two are alike due to the myriad of materials used, so there is an artistic element that makes Phoenix Commotion homes unique. We target single parents, artists, and families with low incomes. We require the homeowner to be involved with the planning and construction of his or her own home. The result is a person who is empowered, not only by the useful knowledge of building skills, but by the opportunity to become part of a community as a vested participant.

 

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Resurrecting Trash by Dan Phillips and The Phoenix Commotion