| A Tiny Good Thing
Isabelle Nagel-Brice has pursued a more simple lifestyle by building her own green built tiny home. It was her goal to use recyclable, re-used, and biodegradable materials in the construction of her house. She looked at the lifecycle of her house, and knowing that it would one day be taken down, she didn’t want it to entirely end up in a landfill.
She has an undergraduate degree in Permaculture and Cultural Studies, and a double minor in Anthropology and Spanish. Her studies have given her the fundamentals to explore the world with a cultural lens. She has worked on Organic farms, and studied midwifery and attended births as a doula in Guatemala and the U.S. She has backpacked both in the backcountry and front-country as an avid world traveler. She has an insatiable curiosity for life, which has led her to where she is today.
Isabelle loves connecting with people who have a passion for tiny houses and natural living. She is now a tiny house consultant, guiding people through the different phases of their builds. As well as a sales representative for a local green building company (MainStream Corporation), and a natural mattress company (Haiku Designs). She has designed sleep systems specifically for tiny homes that are toxin-free, low-profile, and long lasting. Green building is the new wave of the tiny house movement, so contact Isabelle and get on board!