Resource – Celebrating small housing
As posted on the Metaefficient blog, a new book, 25 Houses Under 3000 Square Feet, by James Grayson Trulove has recently been released that offers an attractive alternative to the looming housing obesity trends. As stated in the article about the book on the Metaefficient blog:
“…Compact homes are efficient in many ways: they require less power, they require less maintenance, they require less materials to build, and they have smaller environmental footprint. Another advantage is that you can invest in land, rather than spend money building a huge home”.
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