Marfa, Texas, was destined to be a funky desert town in the proverbial middle of nowhere. It’s certainly quirky, and there are likely at least a few hermits and misanthropes around town, but Marfa has evolved into a compelling, cultural West Texas outpost. Inspired by the starkness of the landscape, Marfa produced – and still cultivates – a strong minimalism movement in the art world. The Marfa weeHouse was designed by Alchemy, a Minnesota-based architecture firm that pioneered this particular style of tiny (and not-so tiny) home. The Marfa weeHouse is 440 square-feet of horizon-watching relaxation.