Tiny House Atlanta is a program for the Georgia nonprofit MicroLife Institute dedicated to building walkable, sustainable “micro-hood” communities while educating individuals, groups and cities about the positive impacts of micro living.Tiny House Atlanta is a program for the Georgia nonprofit MicroLife Institute dedicated to building walkable, sustainable “micro-hood” communities while educating individuals, groups and cities about the the positive impacts of micro living.
Interested in the intersections between minimalism, sustainability, financial freedom, social equity, and housing? The apprentices at MicroLife Institute are excited to host a panel discussion on the New Generation of Housing. This event will feature a panel of young Millennials and Gen Zs who have all pursued their passions for change in housing options in America. Join us to learn about how today’s changes in housing will shape tomorrow.
This discussion is intended to be a welcoming space for those new to the world of housing. No prior knowledge or experience necessary to joining this free event. Bring your questions and bring your friends. Let’s chat!
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VIRTUAL- Atlanta Micro Home Tours- Tiny House Edition
This tour will feature 4 tiny homes. This event will start with a half hour seminar on an introduction to tiny houses on wheels followed by 4 virtual tiny home tours and ending with a Q&A and End Note Speaker. Attendees will be sent the Zoom instructions the week of the event.
Date: November 21, 10am-12pm, 2020
Presented by MicroLife Institute, a pioneer in education and advocacy for micro living for metro Atlanta and surounding rural areas. The event focuses on how the built micro environment and how micro housing can benefit individuals and communities in Georgia.
Early Bird Tickets: $15
All proceeds benefit MicroLife Institute, a 501(c) 3 nonprofit. Thank you for your support!
Help us celebrate and close out 2020 as we handout MicroLife awards to outstanding influencers, organizations and businesses throughout Atlanta and the nation that focus on making the world a better place through utilization of space and building community. The MicroLife Institute is so excited to have worked with such phenomenal groups and we want to make sure that they are recognized. Please join us!