- Product # 027005
- Type Softcover magazine
- Published Date 2006
What goes up must come down, and even as the average size of American homes continues to soar, there's interest in smartly designed and built homes that do more with less. Be it rising costs, energy-consumption restrictions, environmental laws, or matters of taste, homeowners are rethinking their space needs.
The editors of Fine Homebuilding
have gathered the best houses under 2500 sq. ft. that have been published in the magazine over the past 25 years to show you that small really is the new big. You'll find a range of sizes and styles, from an 800 sq. ft. cabin in the woods to a thoroughly modern 1600 sq. ft. house that fits just right in a neighborhood of existing homes.
In Small Homes that Live Large
, you'll learn: advanced energy-saving construction practices
which materials and methods fit your plan
how to implement "green" values
ways to create a comfortable home in a reduced footprint
practical lessons on cost savings
See how good design, a fresh perspective, and unusual materials can get you all the house you need -- order today.