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.
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