How Big Is Small? Compact Presentations of More Life in Less Space

Small is BIG for sustainability. High utility in modest space using fewer resources. Six dynamic & compact presentations: Why small? + How small? + Plan Solutions + Shared space + Urban challenges + People, Planet, & Profit. Compact is more attainable, equitable, and desirable for today’s smaller households. Residential density means more living, work, services, recreation, and culture in our neighborhoods, towns, and cities. Shifting domestic expectations are provoking imaginative responses to what “home” means now and in the future. Nine NESEA members gather to share how Small is Big in their practice, inspiring a lively, thought-provoking, and fun session.

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Friday, March 15, 2019 - 2:30pm to 3:30pm

Room / Location: 

Harbor 2

Experience Level: 

2 (some prior experience/knowledge helpful)

CEU Information: 

MA CSL 1.0 hour Elective

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