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Dallas Architecture Forum presents Panel Discussion Series: Nan Ellin - Village Redux: Co-Housing and Pocket Neighborhoods.

As our cities continue to grow, we have seen various responses that ask us to consider a return to a simpler way of life: the small and tiny house movement, eco-villages, co-housing, pocket neighborhoods and more. These all incorporate shared amenities and social spaces, encouraging human interaction in order to nourish a deep sense of community. Advantages also include a smaller footprint and fewer wasted resources. This panel of residents, architects, and developers of such projects will explore their successes as well as opportunities for the future.

Dallas Architecture Forum presents Panel Discussion Series: Nan Ellin - Village Redux: Co-Housing and Pocket Neighborhoods.

As our cities continue to grow, we have seen various responses that ask us to consider a return to a simpler way of life: the small and tiny house movement, eco-villages, co-housing, pocket neighborhoods and more. These all incorporate shared amenities and social spaces, encouraging human interaction in order to nourish a deep sense of community. Advantages also include a smaller footprint and fewer wasted resources. This panel of residents, architects, and developers of such projects will explore their successes as well as opportunities for the future.

Dallas Architecture Forum presents Panel Discussion Series: Nan Ellin - Village Redux: Co-Housing and Pocket Neighborhoods.

As our cities continue to grow, we have seen various responses that ask us to consider a return to a simpler way of life: the small and tiny house movement, eco-villages, co-housing, pocket neighborhoods and more. These all incorporate shared amenities and social spaces, encouraging human interaction in order to nourish a deep sense of community. Advantages also include a smaller footprint and fewer wasted resources. This panel of residents, architects, and developers of such projects will explore their successes as well as opportunities for the future.

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Dallas Center for Architecture
1909 Woodall Rodgers Fwy.
#100
Dallas, TX 75201
http://www.dallasarchitectureforum.org/

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