The three-day festival and showcase – the first of its kind celebrating the micro-housing and small living movement – was expected to draw as many as 10,000 people to the Western Museum of Mining and Industry campus for a packed schedule of speakers, a field of vendors and tours of 26 diminutive dwellings, each boasting about 200 square feet of living space. Attendance came close to that number on day one, said Chris Bacheldor, an Eco Cabins sales rep for the Denver area.
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