Curious about small and sustainable housing?
The Build Small Live Large Summit in Portland next month will explore the leading edge of the space-efficient housing movement where design, cost, and care for the environment intersect with the needs of today’s communities. The goal of this one-day summit is to increase the demand for space-efficient housing in the region by informing, inspiring, and connecting those interested in building small. Leaders in this movement will share what’s working and what’s next, including Sightline Institute executive director Alan Durning, who will keynote the event.
- What: Build Small Live Large Summit.
- When: November 6, 2015, 8:00 am — 7:00 pm.
- Where: Portland State University Smith Center (map).
- Tickets: Early Bird rates end Tuesday, 10/6! Register here. (Registration includes all sessions, exhibit hall, and lunch.)
- Meet the speakers.
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