The Not So Big House: A Blueprint for the Way We Really Live
This best-seller was met with an extraordinary response when it was published in 1998. In it, visionary architect Sarah Susanka embraced the notion of smaller, simpler shelters that better meet the needs of the way we live today. The book created a groundswell of interest among homeowners, architects, and builders. More than 200 photographs bring the spirit of the "Not So Big" house alive.
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Review: Not So Big HouseUser Review - Erika RS - Goodreads
This book belongs on the "to read" list of anyone buying or building a home. I had avoided reading the book because of Susanka's popularity, but the book contains quality content. When the book was ... Read full review
Review: Not So Big HouseUser Review - Annika - Goodreads
Thought provoking view of small space living. Yes suggestions are expensive....so think of different ways to accomplish this. Sailboats and motor homes also worthy for borrowing ideas. Susanka's use ... Read full review