Design by Community: Laying the Groundwork for Innovative Housing Solutions Webinar

by EVstudio AEP on August 19, 2011

Elicia Ratajczyk, Associate at EVstudio will be moderating the August webinar for Housing Colorado next Tuesday (August 23rd) at 2pm. Housing Colorado is the states leading affordable housing advocacy organization and hosts numerous professional networking and education events throughout the year, including the annual Housing Now! Conference and Expo.

The Design by Community Webinar will explore the Design Charrette / Workshop model that has emerged from the success, experiences and lessons learned during last year’s Conference based Design Charrettes. Elicia participated in last years event as a Team Leader for one of the three projects selected and has spent the year following the event working with the Charrette Committee to plan, organize and make this year’s conference charrettes even better and expand the program to offer both Conference based and On-Site Charrettes to the affordable housing community in 2012!

New Date: Tuesday, August 23 Webinar
Design by Community: Laying the Groundwork for Innovative Housing Solutions
About the program:
Learn about the process and benefits of the Design Charrette concept and how it has already begun to drive home some of the most innovative, sustainable and exciting affordable housing projects across Colorado through the creative collaboration of a diverse community of stakeholder and professional involvement.
2-3pm Mountain Time
Nancy Engelken, Housing Colorado
Joe Rowan, Funding Partners
Chuck Perry, Perry Rose
Don Hartman, Grand Junction Housing Authority
Elicia Ratajczyk, EVstudio
Online event.
Free for Housing Colorado Members.
Check your membership status here.
RSVP here.

Space is limited.
Reserve your Webinar seat now at:

Kirsten Vermulen
Director of Education/Membership Programs
Housing Colorado!
225 East 16th Avenue, Ste #575 Denver, CO  80203

303.863.0125 Direct / 303.589.5403 Cell
303.863.0127 FAX


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