It was cool to see a tiny house parked by the Rideau river yesterday at my old stomping grounds–near the Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism, where I taught for 14-years.

But it would have been a heck of a lot nicer to see it inhabited.

And for that matter, how about parking a few hundred of them there for students, grads and visiting faculty to actually use/benefit from?

Close to everything including the O-train, Carleton University’s campus, downtown, you name it.

Relief too from a chronic housing shortage…

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Comment by Matt Britt  www.maketheswitch.ca

I was looking at that tiny home the other day from the window of the Richcraft Hall where I was speaking to the Sustainable and Renewable Energy Engineering Society and was thinking the same thing. Why aren’t there more of those available for rent on Campus? I also loved the fact that the home had a sweet roof made of solar panels…my favorite.