Meg Bhagat and Kim Bucciero of Tiny House Atlanta interview Tiny House Nation superstar Zack Giffin.
Meg Bhagat and Kim Bucciero of Tiny House Atlanta interview Tiny House Nation superstar Zack Giffin.

By Jemille Williams

Little Five Points had the distinction of being the capital of Tiny House Nation one day last summer, with a vacant lot on Euclid Avenue across from the Bass Lofts being ground zero for another build on the wildly popular show that airs on the FYI channel.

Host John Weisbarth, Special Projects Wizard Zach Giffin and their baker’s dozen of hard-working behind-the-scenes crew rolled into town last August to magically create a 200 square foot tiny house for a pair of lucky young homeowners, Frances Farmer and Greg Richards.

The episode begins airing tonight, April 9, at 9 p.m. on the FYI channel.

Although all homes featured on the show are unique, Serena (the name given to the home by the couple) really is outside the box being a pop-up shop for their SIS clothing line in addition to being their home.

If you are not yet a fan, the show’s premise is the crew descending on a fortunate person or persons who are in the process of building their tiny house. A true tiny house is less than 500 square feet. Over 500 is considered a “small house.” Most of the homes on the show are THOWs (tiny house on wheels), but a few are “ground-bounds,” or built on a permanent foundation.

For a sneak preview, you can watch the trailer at this link.

Meg Bhagat and Kim Bucciero of Tiny House Atlanta interview Tiny House Nation superstar Zack Giffin.

Lil Jon hosts a tiny house party with John Weisbarth and Zack Giffin rock that trailer.

Collin Kelley

Collin Kelley has been the editor of Atlanta Intown for two decades and has been a journalist and freelance writer for 35 years. He’s also an award-winning poet and novelist.

4 replies on “Tiny House Nation builds in Little Five Points”

  1. This home was barely finished and it was up for sale. Smh. Why have them build it just to sell it. I get emails daily of tiny homes for sale. And I had not even had time to watch the episode when I got the email it was for sale….wow.

  2. This home was barely finished and it was up for sale. Smh. Why have them build it just to sell it. I get emails daily of tiny homes for sale. And I had not even had time to watch the episode when I got the email it was for sale….wow.

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