Are small homes going to be the new norm? By mid-century, a large number of people will be living by themselves, meaning it is time the building industry gave small homes more attention. In the Dutch city of Almere, BouwEXPO Tiny Housing launched an open ideas competition in 2016. The winners built sixteen permanent and greatly varied houses at one location in the city, all of which are actually lived in today. The houses naturally serve as inspiration for small dwellings elsewhere, whether on vacant lots, as infill, on a roof, or in completely new neighbourhoods. This book offers an in-depth reportage on the entire design, funding, and building process of the awarded small homes.