Viewpoints to Downsize: Living Large In A Small House – FREE CE Webinar

This session will review some of the aspects of a house that make it feel larger than it actually is. There will also be a review of some of the design features that allow these houses to be forever houses – so they are comfortable for the present and the future.


One lucky attendee will be receiving a copy of Sheri Koones book, Downsize: Living Large in a Small House! So be sure to tune in live for your chance to win!


Continuing Education Units (CEUS) 1 hour in

Green Building Certificate Institute (GBCI)
Building Performance Institute (BPI) NonWholeHouse
American Institute of Architects – AIA (HSW)
Certified Green Professional (NARI & CGP)
Certified GreenHome Professional (CGHP)
State Architect / Builder License may be applicable


Lessons Learned

  • Demonstrate how comfortable a small house can be and inspire people to live “smaller”.

  • Share some of the aspects of a small house that make it feel bigger than it is to improve the emotional well-being of occupants.

  • Demonstrate some aspects of a house that can make it a forever house through sustainability and maintenance-free care.

  • Show some of the aspects that make a house more energy-efficient and ultimately safer.

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Instructor: Sheri Koones 

Sheri Koones’ latest book is Downsize: Living Large In a Small House which will be released by Taunton in October 2019. It profiles 33 exceptional houses that show how small can be comfortable, practical, energy-efficient—and beautiful.

Her previous books include:
Prefabulous Small Houses, Prefabulous World: Energy-Efficient and Sustainable Homes Around the Globe, Prefabulous + Almost Off the Grid, Prefabulous + Sustainable, Prefabulous, House About It, Modular Mansions, and From Sand Castles to Dream Houses. Sheri is a contributing writer for, a freelance writer and speaker. She has won the prestigious Robert Bruss Real Estate Book Award from NAREE in 2008, 2011, 2013 and 2017.

Company: AuthorSK

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