Entries by Humaneity

Why Build A Tiny House?

The Tiny House craze is sweeping the world, or at least that’s what some people would like you to believe. Unlike in America the Tiny House movement in Australia is still finding it’s legs. Trendy affordable housing solutions are all the rage down under at the moment, it’s no wonder when the challenge of getting […]

The Tiny House Finds A New Home

In early 2018 the Humanity Tiny House will move location to it’s first resting place in South East Queensland as a transitional housing solution for those impacted by domestic violence. The Tiny House project has been supported by over fifty Australian businesses who have all contributed materials or products to the project that commenced in […]

October Focus

During the Month of October we are focusing on finishing the Tiny House project at All Trades Queensland. We are still looking for support from a sponsor to provide the fabric to cover our sofa bed, and we are looking for a sponsor to provide the handles for our cabinets inside the tiny house. If […]

Humaneity Tiny House Update – October

We are on the homeward stretch. Back in May 2017 when we first started the actual construction phase of the Humaneity Tiny House at All Trades we were all a bit nervous about how things were going to turn out. Thanks to our great sponsors and Mike and the team at All Trades we have […]

Tiny House Possibilities

On Friday May 12th Humaneity Founder Mark Philpott spoke at a Local Government event in Brisbane hosted by Urban Utilities. The event brought together various risk managers from across many council districts for one of their regular focus group sessions. During his speech Mark spoke about the possibilities of using the Tiny House movement to […]

Sustainable Living And Tiny House TV Show

On Wednesday April 19th at Tafe Coomera a live audience participated in the first Humaneity Television Q&A show called Sustainable Living and Tiny Houses. Our wonderful Moderator Michael Croaker magnificently managed proceedings as our fabulous Panel that included leading architect Philip Follent, Tiny House designer and builder Lara Nobel as well as Sustainability expert Anne […]

One Student – Huge Impact

  Ryan Mount is a seventeen year old student from the Australian Industry Trade College on Australia’s Gold Coast. We came across Ryan last year when after a Humaneity talk at the Trade College he approached the  Humaneity team showing an interest to join the Tiny House project. That was back in late 2016. Fast […]

Rotary Joins Forces With Humaneity

Several Rotary Clubs came together recently in support of the Humaneity Tiny House Project. Thanks to Diana Traversi of the Currumbin/ Tweed Rotary Club a special night was organised so that Humaneity Founder, Mark Philpott was able to share with the audience the Humaneity Tiny House journey. After the severe weather events that ravaged many […]

Real World Experience For Students

On April 19th Humaneity unleashes another collaboration initiative this time with students from Tafe Coomera on Australia’s Gold Coast. The Humaneity Television set will be run by Tafe Students, Teachers, and Mentors from RP Williams Films from the Gold Coast. The live TV show called Sustainable Living and Tiny Houses will feature four expert Panelists […]

ABC Radio Interviews Humaneity

The ABC Gold Coast Radio station recently interviewed the Founder of Humaneity, Mark Philpott about the organisations Tiny House Project. In the interview Philpott said, ‘ The Tiny House Movement in Australia is really gaining momentum. There are several Facebook Pages that have healthy followings, and plenty of Youtube video’s out there for people to […]