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Seattle Monthy Education Meeting - Tiny Homes, Cottages, and Micro-apartments

Permitting and Design Issues for affordable Homes in existing neighborhoods
When Feb 22, 2017
from 07:00 PM to 09:30 PM
Where Phinney Neighborhood Center
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Realizing the Dream of Downsizing & Simplifying Your Life

OUR 3RD ANNUAL EDUCATION SESSION ON TINY HOMES IS HERE!

YOU MUST RSVP to reserve a seat at this sell-out event.


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Sawhorse Revolution’s Student-Led Design/Build Teams; GreenPod Intelligent Environment’s “Waterhaus”

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Wednesday, February 22, 2017   6:45 - 9:00 PM

COME EARLY 6:30 – 7:00 PM   Join Us for Free Refreshments & Networking

Phinney Neighborhood Association, lower brick building 6532 Phinney Ave N, Seattle, WA

 

This year’s session lays out the “how-to” of tiny home design, gives updates in coding, and shares opportunities for engagement that include workshops in regional tiny home construction projects. We’ll visit backyard cottages, ADUs, DADUs, Micro Shelters, and mobile dwellings. Speakers discuss building standards, and stacking functions in small spaces. Learn how Northwest housing is adapting to tiny home innovations and how our communities are addressing the urban housing crisis, affordability, and rebuilding the neighborhood spirit.

  • Sheri Newbold of Live, Work & Play Architecture discusses codes and standards of infill and small dwellings.

 

  • Ann Raab of GreenPod Intelligent Environments explores designs that maximize use of small spaces.

 

  • Sharon Lee of the Low-Incoming Housing Institute (LIHI) shares their insight on building tiny home communities as a viable, quick and low-cost solution to the homeless crisis.

 

  • Workshop Opportunities: Hear from Tiny House leaders how you can get involved. Sawhorse Revolution’s Sarah Smith takes student-led design teams to build tiny homes. Pat Rasmussen proposes the first hemp insulated tiny home and Architect Alicia Ginsberg building the first code-approved 100-mile home.

Thank you to this session’s sponsors:

Click to reserve a spot or go to: https://nwebgtinyhome.eventbrite.com

Free for members; $10 suggested non-member donation. All Attendees MUST be registered (140 cap.).

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