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Tiny House Workshop: What to Know, Where to Build, and How to Love All Things Tiny

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Learn about the basics, the lifestyle, and the movement

The Tiny House movement has become a national phenomenon that has crossed into Washington, D.C. Soon, those in the D.C. area will be able to tap in their own tiny house desires by attending a workshop tailored just for them and their questions on everything itty bitty.

On March 26 to 27, the Tiny House 101 Workshop will discuss the basics on the tiny house movement and lifestyle. There will also be tips on budgeting, construction, framing, installation, and plumbing. In order to ensure that each tiny house hopeful avoids any issues with the D.C. government, the workshop will also go over D.C. Zoning regulations so that others will know how to park and where to build their structure.

The price to attend the workshop varies from $349 to $399 for one person and from $600 to $700 for two people. There is a cap with only 40 participants able to sign up for the workshop. The location will be at the Catholic University of America.

The six instructors for the workshop include: B.A. Norrgard of A Bed Over My Head, Lee Pera of Boneyard Studios, Lina Menard of Niche Design and Consulting, Vina Lustado of Sol Haus Design, Alek Lisefski of The Tiny Project, and Kai Rostcheck of Tiny House Lending.

Tiny House 101 Workshop [Tiny House Collaborative]