Community Roundtable – April 21, 2016

Join The Branch Museum of Architecture and Design and Richmond Cohousing for a lively round table discussion on the concept and design principles of cohousing and their role in reshaping modern domestic spaces. Cohousing communities are intentional, collaborative neighborhoods where residents actively participate in the design and management of their neighborhoods. 

By rethinking architectural space around the shared use of common facilities, cohousing is a design solution that seeks to lessen the impact on our environment while increasing positive social connectivity among neighbors.

Invited guest speakers will share their experiences designing, building, and living in these innovative communities. Members of Richmond Cohousing will share their compelling vision for cohousing in Richmond.

Thursday, April 21
Social hour from 5-6 pm. Program will begin at 6 pm.
Light refreshments and non-alcoholic beverages served.

The Branch Museum of Architecture and Design
2501 Monument Avenue, Richmond, VA
Parking is available at the First Baptist Church lot at Monument and Robinson.

FREE event, but RSVP is recommended as space is limited.

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