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Ethan Waldman



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Incorporating Minimalism and Sustainability in Architecture and Design

• 31 min

 What is sustainability? Amanda Gunawan is an architect who is dedicated to sustainable development, inspired by Japanese culture. In this episode, Amanda tells us about her perspective on sustainability and how architects can build spaces that last through their design choices. Although she does not design tiny homes, there is a lot of crossover in ideas with the tiny house movement that we can learn from and incorporate into tiny house design. Full show notes and images at thetinyhouse.net/235 In This Episode: Amanda’s design philosophyWabi-sabi and sustainabilityMinimalism and designing spaces that evolveDesigning for mental health This week's sponsor: Tiny House Summit The Tiny House Summit is an online, completely free event happening the weekend of November 4th. The Summit includes 30 expert speakers, many of which are some of my favorite past podcast guests. Each speaker talks to me in a 30-minute, laser-focused session to help you plan, build and live tiny. While the event is completely free over the weekend of November 4th, you do need to register in order to attend. Make sure to head over to TinyHouseSummit.co to register!  Support the showListen. Subscribe. Rate. Review. Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher Google Podcasts More... Follow Ethan. Mastodon (my favorite!) Instagram Pinterest Facebook Want to say 'thank you' for the show? Buy me a coffee!

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