“Micro-housing” is one of the biggest trends in multi-family housing today, particularly in Boston where the first units have now opened in the Innovation District. At the same time, the City and the Commonwealth face a critical shortage of affordable, accessible housing. On Wednesday May 27th (12 – 1:30pm) at the Boston Society of Architects (290 Congress Street) there will be a great panel discussion of if-and-how micro-housing can help address this critical need.
The speakers are:
- Myra Berloff, Senior Access Planner at Kessler McGuinness & Associates and former Ex. Director of the Massachusetts Office on Disability
- Diane Georgopolous FAIA, Manager, Design and Construction Department, MassHousing
- James Gray, AIA, Principal, ADD Inc. (now Stantec)
- Tamara Roy, AIA, Principal, ADD Inc. (now Stantec)/incoming President of the BSA
This event is free and open to the public, and the BSA encourages participation from the advocacy, design and development communities. If you want a (free) lunch, please RSVP to KMA by Monday May 25. We hope to see you there.