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Carleton University Northern Nomad - Revit Model 3D Model
The project started as a 4th year engineering capstone project here at Carleton. The idea was inspired by the growing popularity of the tiny house movement, as it was noticed that most of the tiny houses were built in warm climate locations, where the weather stays relatively constant and sun exposure times during the winter isn’t an issue. Then the question arose: how far north can we put a self-sustaining tiny house? And the Northern Nomad was born.
Our goal is to push the limits of sustainable building design in Ottawa. We will be exploring ways in which new and innovative technologies can be integrated into a sustainable building. Our hope is to reduce the impact of green house gases on the built environment in response to climate change.
Find out more here: https://carleton.ca/cdlab/northern-nomad/