It was the first time members of the public had been invited to tour the Northern Nomad, 220 square feet of off-the-grid cuteness. Dozens showed up to coo over both the diminutive domicile and also the state-of-the-art material and technologies it showcased.
The goal at Carleton wasn’t to build a tiny house, but to use a tiny house to demonstrate technologies and materials that would produce enough renewable energy on site to meet or exceed its energy needs. Click here to read the full Ottawa Citizen article.
GEDO participants can visit the Tiny Home on Sunday, Sept 23rd from 11am-4pm. Click here to read more.