Presently Australians build the biggest, most leaky houses in the world. Small houses provide a strong sustainable alternative to this current trend in urban development. This workshop seeks to develop a new residential planning paradigm that can facilitate affordable housing, resilient communities and a sustainable future. Participants will include: architects, builders, planners, business, developers, academics, government, community and potential residents. Their challenging task: to re-imagine a new model for affordable eco housing.

The activity is hosted by Geelong Sustainability in conjunction with Geelong and Bellarine Tiny Homes and Deakin University.  

Event details:

  • Free entry
    Fri 22 Mar, 12.15pm–4.30pm
  • Eastern Hub
    285A McKillop St
    East Geelong

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