|4. Re: Micro Living Units -- Affordable||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Elaine Ostroff (elaineostroff.org)|
|Date: Sun, 19 Oct 2014 06:32:50 -0700 (PDT)|
Hello to this informative list. I've been an appreciative lurker since 2008 when our "forming group in Westport, MA" just couldn't make it. Thanks to Sharon for the link to the Politico article (and MANY other comments) along with her reminder about the growing phenomenon of "single people." I'm very interested in the potential of affordable, and some accessible, rental micro living units in a co-housing model. This would be an urban model, with access to public transportation. Is anyone out there thinking about this? Micro may not be the best descriptive term, but it opens up a way of thinking. And, as in the general co-housing model, individual units can be smaller given the availability of common space. Affordable is another term that has specific definitions depending on the context/funding sources. I'd like to facilitate, collaborate to organize a webinar that describes these various models; anyone with examples/suggestions please be in touch. Elaine Ostroff Westport, MA Founding Director, Institute for Human Centered Design (retired) Boston, MA
- 4. Re: Micro Living Units -- Affordable Elaine Ostroff, October 19 2014
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