Home Made Home

ongoing since 2014

small buildings

Home Made Home is a creative enterprise led by visual artist Germaine Koh, to design, build, and advocate for innovative and sustainable small buildings for modest living. Our mission is to develop well-crafted structures that not only fulfill real needs, but also imagine new models for home and community.

Home Made Home operates simultaneously as an enterprise with social objectives, and as an art project re-imagining the possibilities for lived and civic space. Home Made Home projects range from gallery-based installations exploring alternative models for living, to mobile habitable forms and concept units, to custom structures tailored to individual client needs. 

Solo Exhibitions: Kelowna Art Gallery, Germaine Koh: Home Made Home, 2016.
Other Media: Richmond Art Gallery, Artist Germaine Koh discusses the exhibition Home Made Home, 2018.
Lecturing: Cause + Affect, PechaKucha Night Vancouver, 2015.
Lecturing: The Built City panel, 2016.

Links: http://homemadehome.ca

Germaine Koh, Home Made Home: Lululiving, 2018, 170 sq. ft. wood-frame micro dwelling on wheels.