FEB 9-11, 2021

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Smaller Floor Plans that Don’t Feel Small: Great Floor Plans Under 2,500 SF

REGISTRATION TYPE: IBS Full Registration or 1-Day Education Registration

SESSION TYPE: Building Knowledge Session More Info

LEVEL OF CONTENT: Intermediate More Info

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Single Family Builders - All Types, Designers, Architects, Engineers & Planners, Sales & Marketing Professionals

TRACK: Architecture & Design

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Education + Expo Pass

Many regions lack affordable housing. This, coupled with the effects of the pandemic, is triggering movement toward smaller home footprints. However, there is no reason that an efficient home should feel cramped or fail to fulfill buyer preferences for lifestyle enhancing features. In fact, this design challenge can yield some fantastic homes that buyers will be excited to live in. Join three industry experts for a fast-paced conversation about what’s hot in floor plan design for 2021. Discuss ways to pack features into homes that stand out, and learn how to “right-size” or subdivide rooms to make space available for other features. You are sure to leave this session inspired by creativity.

  • Gain tangible examples of successful under 2500 SF floor plans.
  • Learn how to maximize the number of features in a smaller home footprint.
  • Explore what features in home design are on the horizon.

Participants must be registered for an Education + Expo Pass package or a 1-Day Education + Expo Pass package valid for the day of the session they wish to attend. Seating for Building Knowledge sessions will be on a first-come, first-served basis. Already registered? If you have already purchased your expo pass you can still purchase IBS Education by logging in to your registration using either your Confirmation ID and Last Name OR an Email Address and Password, then select “Upgrade Registration” on the menu page.

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    Washington, DC 20005

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