This is the Saskatchewan Small House.
It’s designed by John Robinson of Robinson Residential.
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The Saskatchewan Small House Design
The province of Saskatchewan is situated between the two other prairie provinces of Alberta and Manitoba. In addition to the flat prairies which are optimum for agriculture and ranching, the northern portion is treed and has many lakes ideal for fishing. Areas in southern Saskatchewan feature badlands, sand hills and treed plateaus.
The Saskatchewan plan pays tribute to the iconic grain elevators which were once landmarks along the railways and highways for the many small villages and towns. The 722 sq. ft. 3-storey home has an open floor plan on the main floor and instead of the usual rectangle the kitchen island also features the shape of Saskatchewan! Tucked under the stairs is the laundry, while the sitting area has a small gas stove for heating. The bathroom is on the second floor as well as a bedroom which opens out onto a large deck. Up the stairs one more flight there is a bonus room with doors opening onto a small balcony front and back.
Every elevator also had a detached building that housed the office and equipment. We have designed a small studio with a bath linked by the deck for guests which adds another 160 square feet of living area.
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