You are invited to the grand opening of the Northern Nomad, a net-zero energy tiny house that was built and designed by Carleton University students in the Faculty of Engineering and Design.
Join us at our official open house on Sept 8, the first time the completed home will be open for public viewing. The day will feature guided tours, a chance to meet and chat with the students involved with the project, and the opportunity to learn about innovative green building technologies.
This event is free and open to the public. Click here to register.
Learn more about this project at: thenorthernnomad.ca
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