Not everyone can make it to an in-person tiny house workshop – but workshops are one of the best ways to learn. Mariah Pastell (tiny house and vintage camper expert and blogger from CometCamper.com) and Dan Louche (author of The Tiny House Design and Construction Guide, TinyHomeBuilders.com) are launching a virtual tiny house workshop called Design/Build/Downsize.
It’s a two-day virtual tiny house workshop that includes 8 in-depth lessons, live group chat and discussion, and a live Q + A session with Mariah and Dan
Some of the things you’ll learn about are choosing a trailer, designing your tiny home, building methods, and downsizing. You can read about the entire curriculum and see all the details here >>>
This workshop is the only virtual tiny house workshop – meaning they’re delivering these trainings and lessons live, but you can watch from anywhere in the world.
It’s also important to note that Mariah and Dan have been teaching hands-on tiny house workshops together for the past 3 years, and they knew that there was an accessibility issue – like travel and lodging expenses that make it even tougher for people to attend.
But even with those challenges their workshops always sold out immediately – since only 30 people could attend. The cost was expensive for people who had to travel across the country to attend. And we wanted to help more people in a way that was more affordable, and open to everyone no matter where you are.
When is it?
The live Virtual Tiny House Workshop will be held on August 22nd and 23rd!
Can’t Make it?
If you can’t fit it into your calendar, you might consider a year’s subscription to Dan’s Tiny Home Builders Video series, where he shows you how to build a tiny house step-bye-step. It’s not the same interactive experience you’ll get with the virtual two-day workshop, but a good alternative.