Atlanta Micro Home Tour- Pinewood Forest Edition
Atlanta Micro Home Tours- Pinewood Forest Edition.
This tour will feature 7 micro homes in Fayetteville, Georgia. The homes range from 300 to 500 square feet and are perfect examples of beautiful small homes and true tiny living. This event allows for a self-guided tour starting at 10am to 4pm. Attendees will check in at a central location to check in and pick up wristbands. Tours start at 10am and go until 4pm. There is a lunch and learn with the MicroLife Institute, the Architect and Builder at 12pm next to the Kasita.
Date: July 20th
Lunch and Learn: 12pm (Next to Kasita)
Location: 290 Heatherden Avenue Fayetteville, GA 30214
VIP Tickets- $60- Includes central pickup at Southface at 9:25am on Luxury Bus, private tour, lunch and swag from Pinewood!
Tours- $20 This ticket allows you to come and go on the self guided tour trough out the day. You are welcome to come to the lunch and learn speaker series but know there are no restaurants on site. Lunch will be Chick-Fil-A.
Tour and Lunch- $25 This ticket will provide you lunch for the Lunch and learn and allow you to tour the homes at your leisure. Buy this ticket automatically gets you in raffle for one night stay in the Kasita!
Kids Ticket with Lunch- $5
Kids Ticket- Free
All proceeds go to the Non-Profit MicroLife Institute, a pioneer in education and advocacy for micro living for metro and rural areas across the nation. This event focuses on how micro housing can benefit individuals and communities in metropolitan Atlanta and Georgia.
LUNCH AND LEARN 12pm-1:30pm
Brett brings over twenty years of experience in residential, commercial and multi-family building to the team. Brett resides in Brooks, Georgia with his wife and two children and as Director of the Builders Guild, he serves as the liaison between our guild and development team.
The Executive Director of the MicroLife Institute, is a thought leader and innovator in the micro living world. Over the past four years, his organization has enabled policy change and brought acceptance of micro structures in the Southeast through events, projects and advocacy. His philosophy is allowing people to think outside the box by putting them in one.
Registered Architect with significant experience in the construction industry, providing the knowledge necessary for buildable designs. Jefferson’s history in the construction industry also provides an industry-leading understanding of system costs and building systems.