The Build Small Live Large Summit is a gathering place for visionary leaders and policymakers from around the country and across sectors to explore smaller homes as a promising local response to housing shortages and climate change. Smaller homes use less energy and materials, add to the supply of housing options in walkable, high-opportunity neighborhoods, offer flexibility as households change over time, and provide homeowners with a way to offset their mortgages with rental income.
This year’s Summit is focused on homes most commonly referred to as accessory dwelling units, or ADUs. Common names for ADUs include backyard cottages, granny flats, mother in law apartments, laneway housing, garage studios, and attic and basement apartments.
The one-day professional summit on November 3, 2017 runs from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m, with lunch and coffee provided. Optional tours and workshops are available during the weekend.
Tiny Houses in the Park Open for Touring
Friday and Saturday, November 3-4, 2017
FRIDAY: A full day of educational sessions from national experts working on the cutting edge of accessory dwelling unit policy, design and development. Registration includes all sessions, beverage breaks, box lunch and hospitality. Early registration discounts extended! Registration fees increase after October 20, 2017.
Professional registration rate: $250
Individual/non-profit registration rate: $175
SATURDAY: Optional tour registration for a guided or self-guided tour of ADUs and Small Homes, or a guided tour of Tiny House Villages for the Houseless. Early registration discounts extended! Registration fees increase after October 20, 2017.
Self-Guided ADU and Small Home Tour: $35
Guided ADU and Small Home Tour: $65
Tiny House Villages Tour: $65
For More Information go to Build Small Live Large.