Feb 14, 2017 - News    2 Comments

Different ways of living tiny

There are two events coming up for those who are interested in small and diverse housing options.

DIFFERENT WAYS OF LIVING TINY – TALK
6pm on Thursday 2 March, Fremantle Library  (free)

A presentation and panel discussion of local examples pioneering a new phase of modest housing in Fremantle.

Featuring Meriam Salama from the Henry Project, who is looking at retrofitting existing homes for co-housing; Leanne McKenzie, who is creating compact affordable housing, with a particular focus on older single women; and Isabella Streckhardt, who is building her own tiny home and is involved in the local tiny house movement.

UPDATE: Here are the slides from the four speakers:

Different ways of living tiny

Timber and Teal – Tiny house – March 2017

Live Little – March 2017

The Henry Project – March 2017

EXPLORING SMALL AND DIVERSE DWELLINGS BY BIKE
9.30am – 11.30am Sunday 12 March 

Meet at The Meeting Place (245 South Tce Fremantle) to depart at 9.30am sharp (free)

Celebrate Bike Week and explore local examples of small and diverse housing options providing different ways to live well with less. On the tour, we’ll see a tiny house under construction, multi generational co-housing and the newly built Generation Y home.

Book here

 

2 Comments

  • Hi Rachel I am a friend of Andrea (we meet a couple of times briefly) and have just seen the advert for tiny dwellings discussion. I am very keen to learn more as i am needing to make decisions about my next home. i live in Geraldton at the moment but happen to be in Perth that day. Can you squeeze me in – 2nd March. Thanks for considering me!

    • Hi Michelle, I’ll see what I Can do