Guided by PRACTICE and built during coursework by Laney College Students, the Pocket House is a grant funded tiny house project for the city of Oakland meant to serve as a model for future homeless relief housing. We ended up building two pocket houses, both of which are housing Laney College students who were in need of affordable housing while they were in school. The Pocket Houses were pioneers for Oakland 'Safe RV Parking' program which created safe places for folks to legally live in RV's in Oakland.
Pocket House M is built on a 16' trailer and has a full kitchen and bathroom.
Pocket House S is built on a 12' trailer and functions as a studio.