Big Tiny Solutions to Big Problems: Bruner Award Finalist

Big Tiny Solutions to Big Problems: Bruner Award Finalist

The tiny house movement has great potential for contributing answers for a host of housing problems, including permanent housing for the homeless, as discussed in a recent Loeb Lab post by Barbara Knecht (LF '93). During site visits to award finalists, the Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence team looked in on a project that offers a Northwest-style model for creating community with dignity and self determination. Read about Quixote Village in Olympia, Washington, in Metropolis POV blog.

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