The Northern Nomad Tiny Home is a net-zero energy tiny home intended for Ottawa’s cold climate. The project was designed and constructed by Carleton University Architecture and Engineering students. With a focus on sustainability, the project has several innovative features such as building integrated solar panels, electrical car battery integration, and atmospheric water harvesting.

Come hear Assistant Professor Scott Bucking’s (Civil and Environmental Engineering) presentation entitled The Northern Nomad Tiny Home: Pushing the limits of sustainability and discover how the project came to be and what comes next in .