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Lunos e2 at -50°C

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Cold Climate Tiny House Construction

Version.3 is the latest tiny house built by Leaf House Small Space Design & Build, a tiny house company based in Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada. Design as a case study for cold climate tiny house construction. Version.3 features a number of innovations unique to the challenges faced by -50°C weather.

Version.3 is one of the first tiny houses to feature a Heat Recovery Ventilator (HRV) and the first to test the Lunos e2 HRV in North America. HRVs are an essential feature of cold climate tiny house construction, and Lunos e2 is one of the first commercially available HRVs suitable to tiny house construction.

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Lunos e2 at -50°C

Posted by Dusko Cvijic on

Cold Climate Tiny House Construction

Version.3 is the latest tiny house built by Leaf House Small Space Design & Build, a tiny house company based in Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada. Design as a case study for cold climate tiny house construction. Version.3 features a number of innovations unique to the challenges faced by -50°C weather.

Version.3 is one of the first tiny houses to feature a Heat Recovery Ventilator (HRV) and the first to test the Lunos e2 HRV in North America. HRVs are an essential feature of cold climate tiny house construction, and Lunos e2 is one of the first commercially available HRVs suitable to tiny house construction.

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The Canadian Science and Technology Museum

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The Lunos e2 system was chosen by the Canadian Science and Technology Museum in their tiny house installation.

Tiny House

The museum’s Tiny House is an immersive experience that allows visitors the opportunity to think about the realities of living in a home no larger than 30 m². While living in a Tiny House might mean lower upfront and maintenance costs, and less of an impact on the environment, it certainly presents challenges to homeowners.

https://ingeniumcanada.org/exhibitions/technology-in-our-lives

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The Canadian Science and Technology Museum

Posted by Dusko Cvijic on

The Lunos e2 system was chosen by the Canadian Science and Technology Museum in their tiny house installation.

Tiny House

The museum’s Tiny House is an immersive experience that allows visitors the opportunity to think about the realities of living in a home no larger than 30 m². While living in a Tiny House might mean lower upfront and maintenance costs, and less of an impact on the environment, it certainly presents challenges to homeowners.

https://ingeniumcanada.org/exhibitions/technology-in-our-lives

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Carleton University Net-Zero EnergyTiny House Project

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A Tiny House That Pushes the Limits of Sustainable Building Design

Northern Nomad was launched as a capstone design project last November by a group of five senior engineering students supervised by Bucking. They wanted to build a tiny house, according to a description for a FutureFunder campaign that raised nearly $12,000, and “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,” they wrote. “Our hope is to reduce the impact of greenhouse gases on the built environment in response to climate change.”

 LunosCanada was happy to donate Lunos e2 Systems to Northern Nomad project.

Find out more at: https://carleton.ca/our-stories/story/tiny-house/

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Carleton University Net-Zero EnergyTiny House Project

Posted by Dusko Cvijic on

A Tiny House That Pushes the Limits of Sustainable Building Design

Northern Nomad was launched as a capstone design project last November by a group of five senior engineering students supervised by Bucking. They wanted to build a tiny house, according to a description for a FutureFunder campaign that raised nearly $12,000, and “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,” they wrote. “Our hope is to reduce the impact of greenhouse gases on the built environment in response to climate change.”

 LunosCanada was happy to donate Lunos e2 Systems to Northern Nomad project.

Find out more at: https://carleton.ca/our-stories/story/tiny-house/

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Cheakamus Centre Cabin Renewal

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Cheakamus Centre is an overnight environmental education facility located on 165 ha of ecological reserve near Squamish, BC. The Centre is owned by the North Vancouver School District and offers a wide variety of experiential environmental educational programs to children and adults from the Sea to Sky corridor, Metro Vancouver, and beyond.

The Cheakamus Centre, in partnership with BCIT and Built Environment, have begun renovating the facilities cabins.  Lunos e2....

Learn more about the deep energy retrofit process, and eco-friendly industry contributions in this informative Video from BCIT School of Construction and the Environment. 

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Cheakamus Centre Cabin Renewal

Posted by Dusko Cvijic on

Cheakamus Centre is an overnight environmental education facility located on 165 ha of ecological reserve near Squamish, BC. The Centre is owned by the North Vancouver School District and offers a wide variety of experiential environmental educational programs to children and adults from the Sea to Sky corridor, Metro Vancouver, and beyond.

The Cheakamus Centre, in partnership with BCIT and Built Environment, have begun renovating the facilities cabins.  Lunos e2....

Learn more about the deep energy retrofit process, and eco-friendly industry contributions in this informative Video from BCIT School of Construction and the Environment. 

Read more