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Accessory Dwelling Units: A Solution to Housing Inequity

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1 LU|HSW
Live course date: 03/13/2024 | 02:00 PM
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Description

Discover how alternative living solutions can integrate sustainable and equitable design goals into new and existing single-family communities in urban, suburban, and rural regions. Explore examples of the challenges and benefits of building accessory dwelling units (ADUs), tiny homes, and pre-fabrication homes, and how they serve as a possible solution to nationwide housing problems.  

Hosted by the Custom Residential Architects Network (CRAN®).  

Learning Objectives

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Investigate approaches that integrate sustainable and equitable design goals into existing and new communities.  

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Inspire others to look towards alternative types of living solutions to establish equity in housing.  

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Learn approaches to the challenges of cost, constructability, and sustainability to make more attainable housing available in single family communities.   

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Explore how alternative living types can benefit health and well-being when these projects are built and occupied.