The Big Small House
The increasing cost of housing and the need for dwellings that include the low to mid income population, including adults, young people and homeless, is a major concern in the Seattle’s metropolitan area. Few months ago, the City approved codes and regulations for facilitating the construction of attached dwelling units ADU, and detached dwelling units DADU.
In contrast to other workshops and lectures offered in Seattle and Portland, this course will be focused on how to design an ADU-DADU; the understanding of codes, regulations and the construction process. Classes will include: lectures, slide presentations, a workshop and guest lecturers.
Program Continuing Education
- Winter: Sept. 24 to Nov. 12
- Thursdays, 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Discipline Interior Architecture
There are no dress requirements for this course.
Location: Cornish College Main Campus, 1000 Leonora St, Seattle, WA, 98121