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Saturday and Sunday, February 15-16, marked the grand opening of MicroDwell at Shemer Art Center. The display of tiny live-work spaces promotes a minimalist, Eco-friendly lifestyle. The "microdwelling" movement is a growing trend toward smaller and more affordable housing that allows funds to be spent elsewhere, with the hopes of a less materialistic lifestyle.
Various microdwelling designers and builders were onsite to talk about and show off their interesting abodes. Wine and micro-brewery (so fitting) tastings was an added bonus to the weekend. Solar cooking and various other workshops will be hosted during the upcoming showings.
MicroDwell 2014 will be on display until March 23 from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Tickets are $5. Read more about the MicroDwell 2014 exhibit here.
Photos by Jessica Obert
Published on February 17, 2014