Sarah Susanka's new book, Not So Big Remodeling arrives in bookstores on Tuesday. Not So Big Remodeling is the eighth book in Susanka's Not So Big series, and it's a logical extension of her quest to bring character and quality back to residential architecture and design.
The Not So Big House made its debut in 1998 and I stumbled upon it shortly after that. In 1998 I was a man adrift and unsure of the new career path I'd set for myself. The Not So Big House was instrumental in me finding my voice and affirmed my decision to jump career paths when I did. I've been looking forward to the release of this book since I found out about it last fall, and am looking forward to it taking its rightful place with the rest of my Not So Big books.
Not So Big Remodeling, co-authored with Marc Vasallo, promises to take the Architecture and Design worlds by storm on Tuesday and the timing couldn't be better. If ever there were a time to get people to stop and take a closer look at what they already have, this is it. I'll be reviewing Not So Big Remodeling over a series of posts in the coming week or so. Stay tuned and pick up a copy for yourself so you can follow along.