Developer offers 'Not So Big House'

2,450-square-foot Sarah Susanka design fills up lot, so no backyard

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Devotees of the "Not So Big" school of architecture now have a brick-and-mortar place of their own — at least for awhile.

Architect Sarah Susanka, who has developed something of an anti-McMansion cult following with her popular series of eight "Not So Big House" coffee table books, recently opened a showcase home in Libertyville, Ill., that will function as what she calls her 3-D thesis.