Posted by: leothegeo | 2013/11/20

Washington D.C’s Micro-Village

Boneyard Studios is Washington D.C’s micro-community, literally speaking – and in a dual sense.

It was founded in 2012 and it’s a minuscule neighbourhood which consists of four minuscule houses. It sounds like a fairy tale.

Their aim is, and I quote them:

“demonstrate creative urban infill on one of many vacant city lots

promote the benefits of tiny houses: highly affordable, green, simple, and attractive

model what a tiny house community could look like

build capacity of tiny house designers and builders

advocate for DC zoning/code changes to allow construction and habitation of accessory dwelling units and tiny houses”



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