Parvus House News

Florida Tiny House Festival Kick-Off

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The weekend before the giant Florida Tiny House Music Festival in North Florida, several tiny houses made a stop at the Hillsborough Community College Southshore campus in Ruskin. It’s a small event, but it’s always good to see old friends and meet some new ones!

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Ginger Reichl Participates as a Panelist for Tiny House Discussion at CLE Land Use Conference

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Parvus House CEO, Ginger Reichl, participated on the “Tiny Houses: Affordable Housing Opportunity vs. Planning and Regulatory Barriers” panel at the CLE International Land Use Law Conference in Tampa. The discussion included an overview of tiny houses, how municipalities, particularly in Florida, are adopting ordinances to welcome tiny houses, other barriers to tiny living including…

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Ginger Reichl quoted in 83 Degrees story about tiny houses

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Following the recent St. Pete Tiny House Festival, we received several calls about the tiny house movement, the climate for them in Florida, and what the near future holds for micro-housing. One call was from Janan Talafer with 83 Degrees who wanted to chat about the primary forces pushing tiny house options in the Tampa…

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Sean Williams Talks Tiny Houses at Tiger Bay

Sean Williams panel discussion about tiny houses

Parvus House CDO, Sean Williams, participated on a panel at today’s Tampa Tiger Bay Club luncheon. Entitled Vibrant Cities, the panel featured a robust discussion about the lack of diverse housing options for young professionals, creatives, and entry-level workers in the Tampa area.  

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Sean Williams Gives His Predictions for 2018 Sustainability

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The editors at sawdust asked Sean Williams, Parvus House CDO, to make a few predictions for 2018. As an architect focused on biomimicry, his predictions look towards sustainability with a slight tech slant. His forecast includes artificial intelligence, the evolution of sustainability, and black water. See Sean’s predictions and more at sawdust.

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Parvus House CEO Elected Secretary of American Tiny House Association

Ginger Reichl

Ginger Reichl, CEO of Parvus House, was elected secretary of the American Tiny House Association (ATHA). The organization works to ensure tiny houses are accepted as viable dwellings. Members advocate locally and nationally, providing education and support to enthusiasts, municipalities, key housing organizations, builders and other professionals to help people to legally live tiny. Benefits of membership…

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