THE NOT SO BIG HOUSE
In 1998 architect and author Sarah Susanka introduced an interesting concept to the American public . . . design your home in consideration of your needs and your lifestyle; size is relative to needs. Her “Not so Big House” principles were well received and have become a movement within the U.S.
Working from Sarah Susanka’s concept of higher quality – less space we have developed a design-build model that follows the “Not So Big” philosophy.
To help lower costs without sacrificing the quality features that make an Artisan Home great, we created a template specifically engineered to keep the end cost low, quality higher, and the building process short and sweet. This template helps us design your home to fit your family’s needs, meet your sense of style, maintain the Artisan Homes level of features and still be within Central Oregon’s average new home costs.
All of the “Artisan Advantages” apply to the “Not So Big Building System”.
I.C.F – Building System