In 2017, the Endeavour Centre set out to make a prototype home that would meet several key criteria. First, the building needed to be completely modular, able to be constructed on site in less than a week and also able to be taken apart and reassembled multiple times. Secondly, the building needed to have a zero carbon footprint, contain zero toxins and produce zero waste.
The design for the building, provided by a Ryerson University student/faculty team, is for a stackable row house suitable for urban infill. We built one unit, which can be stacked two-high and up to sixteen across.
This session will take you through the design, construction, assembly and re-assembly of this unique building, and share with you lessons learned and data results from the project.
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