Zane-Wolff Veterans Village

Fritz ArchitectureZane-Wolff Veterans Village

Description 2

This collection of 14 tiny homes provides housing for homeless veterans on a county-owned parcel in Santa Rosa, CA. Each unit is 250 square feet and accessible. With an entry porch, a living/sleeping space, a kitchen, a bathroom, and a walk-in closet, these units are compact, but comfortable. Units are reached along common paths and arranged around a landscaped meadow and seating area. A common laundry facility is accessible to all residents.

Press coverage of the project may be seen at the links below:

News of the North Bay Project Dedication Coverage

KTVU Coverage of Project Dedication

Press Democrat Coverage of the Project

Project Team

Landscape Architect: Permaculture Artisans

Civil Engineer: Sherwood Design Engineers

Structural Engineer: Structural Design Group

Title 24 Consultant: Soldata

General Contractor: Wolff Contracting

Photography by Ramsay Photography.

  • Date Published: Completed February 2019
  • Categories: Multi-Family
  • Client: Community Housing Sonoma County
  • Website:

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