Not long before the COVID-19 pandemic hit, Brad Griffith and Gary Young met at a hardware store where they were both looking for the same tool. Both had been thinking about tiny homes.
That conversation led to friendship and the original design of Litehouse Shelters — modular shelters they hope will help them transition into a new career of using their building skills to help people afford a decent habitation.
Litehouse Shelters of Sequim will be at the Seattle Design Festival from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. both Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 21-22. Griffith, Young and Janey Griffith will be showcasing their innovative modular shelters at this street festival in Lake Union Square.
To qualify to participate, the team had to submit a proposal reflecting how they would “explore what it means to EMERGE into 2021, demonstrate the relevance of design thinking, empower…