In the episode, we will see a Super High Tech Off-Grid Tiny House for Sustainable Living located in New York.
The super innovative Net Zero tiny house that’s 100% solar-powered. an atmospheric water generator prototype, It’s insulated with vacuum-insulated panels, It has a home automated system, a sliding loft, and more The Northern Nomad was designed by a group of students from Carleton University.
The Living room
In this room we have it lined with some furniture that we had an industrial designer design for us. Turns into a dinner table. The same thing happens on the other side, and it a beautiful over there you can relax with the natural outside.
The Kitchen of the Tiny House
This room has a sink and gas range and an energy recovery ventilator, It recovers heat in the process of exchanging stale air for fresh air and also it retains moisture, on the desk you find a computer for work or research.
The Bathroom of Tiny House
There is your bathroom you have a toilet, a sink and you can find a shower in here and then you got a composting toilet and a little vanity over here For weight reduction and being able to withstand all the vibration instead of using glass, we used For weight reduction and being able to withstand all the vibration eco resin. This is a resin panel. It’s flexible and it doesn’t break.
For this low ceiling, we installed rails so they can move the loft back and forth. When you’re sleeping, you could sleep over there where you have more than 3 feet of headroom and you have more windows there.
The Outside of the Tiny House
We have 3.6 kilowatts of solar generation power on the roof. That’s a unique system that’s called building integrated photovoltaics, So the panels actually are the roof. A lot of times when you would look at a solar array outside you would see lots of spaces between the panels, but we actually put the panels really tight together so that we can have a seamless surface for the roof.
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