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Living Large in Small Spaces

Living Large in Small Spaces

As the population returns to urban spaces from the suburbs, designers are faced with new challenges: achieving the same lifestyle and quality of life in smaller spaces, reintroducing families to smaller living, and creating small work spaces. We will discuss whether older archetypes set a useful example for new spaces and how conflicts with building codes can be resolved.

Host: Juliana Brodsky, Assoc. AIA

Thursday 7 February 2013, noon to 1:30 pm

AIA East Bay, 1405 Clay Street, Oakland, CA 94612

Price: $3. Discounts and fees may apply. Sponsored by Small Firm Forum.

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Note: AIA East Bay and Small Firm Forum are not affiliated with Green Making. This announcement is a courtesy for our members.

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