Top 5 galleries: A cave, a classic and tiny, tiny houses

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In case you missed them the first time around, our most-viewed home galleries for the last three months:

No. 1: The Sleeper family’s cave dwelling.
No. 2: Assembledge’s indoor-outdoor modern manse in the hills.
No. 3: Former ‘Design on a Dime’ star Kristan Cunningham’s DIY digs in Venice.
No. 4: ‘Tiny Houses,’ Mimi Zeiger’s look at homes smaller than 1,000 square feet.
No. 5: Case Study House No. 22, the most famous house you may not really know. Times staff writer Barbara Thornburg’s story about the house’s construction, including the never-before-published revelation that credit for the design may not lie completely with architect Pierre Koenig, was the most-read article from the last three months.

-- Craig Nakano

Credits, from left: The Sleeper cave house by Ann Summa; Assembledge house by Michael Weschler; Kristan Cunningham’s front door by Christina House / For The Times; a tiny house by Neeson Murcut Architects, photographed by Brett Boardman; Case Study House No. 22 by Julius Shulman Photography Archive / J. Paul Getty Trust.