This is the North West Territories 521 sq. ft. Small House Design.
It’s designed by John Robinson of Robinson Residential.
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521 Sq. Ft. Small House Design: North West Territories
The Northwest Territories Small House Floor Plan
The Northwest Territories…..
In celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday, we have designed 13 new small homes, reflecting the distinct character of each of our provinces and territories. These unique homes range from 300-700 sq. ft. and are packed with innovative features and details.
The Northwest Territories along with the Yukon and Nunavut, form the three Territories that make up Canada’s north. It is a land of extremes, with cold winters of total darkness to hot summer days where the sun sets just in time to come up again. The diverse landscape ranges from boreal forest to tundra plains.
We have designed a compact house where the living space is very connected to this environment. Life in this home becomes a backdrop to the ever changing landscape and sky with continuous bands of windows on both floors. The main floor features a living room with a dining nook and wood stove, a kitchen and a efficient bathroom tucked under the stairs. Upstairs the bedroom overlooks the living room and built in cabinets provide storage for clothes and a washer and dryer combo. The exterior brings together the emphasized horizontal lines and sweeping rooflines of the Prairie Style, in a rustic composition of wood, stone, cement fiber and steel roofing.
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