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Saturday, February 4 • 10:45am - 12:15pm
Living Out of Bounds

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An acute shortage of affordable and sustainable housing has motivated many cultural creatives to reinvent shelter that is out of the boundaries that include the usual approaches to home ownership or apartment rental. In the vanguard are the small and tiny house builders who, as radicals in the best sense of the word, are showing us, by a process of creative subtraction, how to dramatically reduce the footprint and burden of the American home. We will hear from two professional builders, who will help us understand the larger cultural issues and from three individuals who have created dwellings for themselves that are, at this time, legally out of bounds.


Moderators
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Phil Dougan

Boulder Bioneers Salon
Carpenter, advocate for soulful shelter, and co-host of the Boulder Bioneers Salon

Speakers
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Doug Beall

Owner, ECOShelter Design + Build
Doug Beall Architect, contractor, and founder of ECOShelter Design+Build and the founder of Simple Shelter, Ltd., a tiny home development company. Doug has presented at previous Front Range Bioneers events.
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Bryon Fears

Simblissity Tiny Homes
Byron and Dot Fears Owners of Simblissity Tiny Homes, which builds beautifully crafted tiny homes on wheels in Lyons, CO
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Rob Galloway

Rob Galloway A talented carpenter and musician who has created a 110 sq. ft. jewel box that is not on wheels.
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Gayan Long

Gayan Long, another talented musician who has entered and continues to explore the domain of tiny house living by moving into a modest recreational vehicle.
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Isabelle Nagel-Brice

Isabelle Nagel-Brice is currently building her own tiny home on wheels to one day live off the grid. Her background in Permaculture, Biodynamic Agriculture and Anthropology, drove her to travel extensively abroad and live with indigenous agriculture communities in Latin America. Her tiny house is a way for her to live in a healthy home and take it with her if she chooses to move. She has become passionate about tiny house green building and... Read More →


Saturday February 4, 2017 10:45am - 12:15pm
N128 University of Colorado Sustainability, Energy and Environment Complex (SEEC), 4001 Discovery Drive, Boulder, CO 80303

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