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   Transportable Houses – Black Hut Range     Case Ornsby Design was employed by a New Zealand company, Black Hut, to design a range of homes as a direct response to the Christchurch earthquakes.  They needed to be able to withstand movement, as well as be small and flexible enough to be able to be shifted to another site.    The largest and most popular house design is 100sqm and uncomplicated in layout: a long, narrow building with an open plan living room, kitchen and study nook at one end; a bathroom and laundry in the middle; two bedrooms at the end as well as a sleeping platform above the bathroom, accessed by a ladder.     The building is carbon negative, includes solar panels and rainwater collection.  Coupled with relocation possibilities, ability for sun orientation, material selection and energy efficiency decisions this home rates as highly sustainable.  It is also a net zero waste home - in other words, it gives back more than it takes from the environment, through the use of PV panels for electricity, for example.    This house won Master Builder of the Year House in the under $250,000 build category 2012 and was also a finalist in the Residential Architectural Excellence category of the 2012 NZ Timber Design Awards.    The range of houses available also includes smaller options. 

Transportable Houses – Black Hut Range

Case Ornsby Design was employed by a New Zealand company, Black Hut, to design a range of homes as a direct response to the Christchurch earthquakes.  They needed to be able to withstand movement, as well as be small and flexible enough to be able to be shifted to another site.

The largest and most popular house design is 100sqm and uncomplicated in layout: a long, narrow building with an open plan living room, kitchen and study nook at one end; a bathroom and laundry in the middle; two bedrooms at the end as well as a sleeping platform above the bathroom, accessed by a ladder.

The building is carbon negative, includes solar panels and rainwater collection.  Coupled with relocation possibilities, ability for sun orientation, material selection and energy efficiency decisions this home rates as highly sustainable.  It is also a net zero waste home - in other words, it gives back more than it takes from the environment, through the use of PV panels for electricity, for example.

This house won Master Builder of the Year House in the under $250,000 build category 2012 and was also a finalist in the Residential Architectural Excellence category of the 2012 NZ Timber Design Awards.

The range of houses available also includes smaller options. 

 Transportable Houses – Black Hut Range  Case Ornsby Design was employed by a New Zealand company, Black Hut, to design a range of homes as a direct response to the Christchurch earthquakes.  They needed to be able to withstand movement, as well as be small and flexible enough to be able to be shifted to another site.  The largest and most popular house design is 100sqm and uncomplicated in layout: a long, narrow building with an open plan living room, kitchen and study nook at one end; a bathroom and laundry in the middle; two bedrooms at the end as well as a sleeping platform above the bathroom, accessed by a ladder.   The building is carbon negative, includes solar panels and rainwater collection.  Coupled with relocation possibilities, ability for sun orientation, material selection and energy efficiency decisions this home rates as highly sustainable.  It is also a net zero waste home - in other words, it gives back more than it takes from the environment, through the use of PV panels for electricity, for example.  This house won Master Builder of the Year House in the under $250,000 build category 2012 and was also a finalist in the Residential Architectural Excellence category of the 2012 NZ Timber Design Awards.  The range of houses available also includes smaller options. 

Transportable Houses – Black Hut Range

Case Ornsby Design was employed by a New Zealand company, Black Hut, to design a range of homes as a direct response to the Christchurch earthquakes.  They needed to be able to withstand movement, as well as be small and flexible enough to be able to be shifted to another site.

The largest and most popular house design is 100sqm and uncomplicated in layout: a long, narrow building with an open plan living room, kitchen and study nook at one end; a bathroom and laundry in the middle; two bedrooms at the end as well as a sleeping platform above the bathroom, accessed by a ladder. 

The building is carbon negative, includes solar panels and rainwater collection.  Coupled with relocation possibilities, ability for sun orientation, material selection and energy efficiency decisions this home rates as highly sustainable.  It is also a net zero waste home - in other words, it gives back more than it takes from the environment, through the use of PV panels for electricity, for example.

This house won Master Builder of the Year House in the under $250,000 build category 2012 and was also a finalist in the Residential Architectural Excellence category of the 2012 NZ Timber Design Awards.

The range of houses available also includes smaller options. 

 Transportable Houses – Black Hut Range  Case Ornsby Design was employed by a New Zealand company, Black Hut, to design a range of homes as a direct response to the Christchurch earthquakes.  They needed to be able to withstand movement, as well as be small and flexible enough to be able to be shifted to another site.  The largest and most popular house design is 100sqm and uncomplicated in layout: a long, narrow building with an open plan living room, kitchen and study nook at one end; a bathroom and laundry in the middle; two bedrooms at the end as well as a sleeping platform above the bathroom, accessed by a ladder.   The building is carbon negative, includes solar panels and rainwater collection.  Coupled with relocation possibilities, ability for sun orientation, material selection and energy efficiency decisions this home rates as highly sustainable.  It is also a net zero waste home - in other words, it gives back more than it takes from the environment, through the use of PV panels for electricity, for example.  This house won Master Builder of the Year House in the under $250,000 build category 2012 and was also a finalist in the Residential Architectural Excellence category of the 2012 NZ Timber Design Awards.  The range of houses available also includes smaller options. 

Transportable Houses – Black Hut Range

Case Ornsby Design was employed by a New Zealand company, Black Hut, to design a range of homes as a direct response to the Christchurch earthquakes.  They needed to be able to withstand movement, as well as be small and flexible enough to be able to be shifted to another site.

The largest and most popular house design is 100sqm and uncomplicated in layout: a long, narrow building with an open plan living room, kitchen and study nook at one end; a bathroom and laundry in the middle; two bedrooms at the end as well as a sleeping platform above the bathroom, accessed by a ladder. 

The building is carbon negative, includes solar panels and rainwater collection.  Coupled with relocation possibilities, ability for sun orientation, material selection and energy efficiency decisions this home rates as highly sustainable.  It is also a net zero waste home - in other words, it gives back more than it takes from the environment, through the use of PV panels for electricity, for example.

This house won Master Builder of the Year House in the under $250,000 build category 2012 and was also a finalist in the Residential Architectural Excellence category of the 2012 NZ Timber Design Awards.

The range of houses available also includes smaller options. 

 Transportable Houses – Black Hut Range  Case Ornsby Design was employed by a New Zealand company, Black Hut, to design a range of homes as a direct response to the Christchurch earthquakes.  They needed to be able to withstand movement, as well as be small and flexible enough to be able to be shifted to another site.  The largest and most popular house design is 100sqm and uncomplicated in layout: a long, narrow building with an open plan living room, kitchen and study nook at one end; a bathroom and laundry in the middle; two bedrooms at the end as well as a sleeping platform above the bathroom, accessed by a ladder.   The building is carbon negative, includes solar panels and rainwater collection.  Coupled with relocation possibilities, ability for sun orientation, material selection and energy efficiency decisions this home rates as highly sustainable.  It is also a net zero waste home - in other words, it gives back more than it takes from the environment, through the use of PV panels for electricity, for example.  This house won Master Builder of the Year House in the under $250,000 build category 2012 and was also a finalist in the Residential Architectural Excellence category of the 2012 NZ Timber Design Awards.  The range of houses available also includes smaller options. 

Transportable Houses – Black Hut Range

Case Ornsby Design was employed by a New Zealand company, Black Hut, to design a range of homes as a direct response to the Christchurch earthquakes.  They needed to be able to withstand movement, as well as be small and flexible enough to be able to be shifted to another site.

The largest and most popular house design is 100sqm and uncomplicated in layout: a long, narrow building with an open plan living room, kitchen and study nook at one end; a bathroom and laundry in the middle; two bedrooms at the end as well as a sleeping platform above the bathroom, accessed by a ladder. 

The building is carbon negative, includes solar panels and rainwater collection.  Coupled with relocation possibilities, ability for sun orientation, material selection and energy efficiency decisions this home rates as highly sustainable.  It is also a net zero waste home - in other words, it gives back more than it takes from the environment, through the use of PV panels for electricity, for example.

This house won Master Builder of the Year House in the under $250,000 build category 2012 and was also a finalist in the Residential Architectural Excellence category of the 2012 NZ Timber Design Awards.

The range of houses available also includes smaller options. 

 Transportable Houses – Black Hut Range  Case Ornsby Design was employed by a New Zealand company, Black Hut, to design a range of homes as a direct response to the Christchurch earthquakes.  They needed to be able to withstand movement, as well as be small and flexible enough to be able to be shifted to another site.  The largest and most popular house design is 100sqm and uncomplicated in layout: a long, narrow building with an open plan living room, kitchen and study nook at one end; a bathroom and laundry in the middle; two bedrooms at the end as well as a sleeping platform above the bathroom, accessed by a ladder.   The building is carbon negative, includes solar panels and rainwater collection.  Coupled with relocation possibilities, ability for sun orientation, material selection and energy efficiency decisions this home rates as highly sustainable.  It is also a net zero waste home - in other words, it gives back more than it takes from the environment, through the use of PV panels for electricity, for example.  This house won Master Builder of the Year House in the under $250,000 build category 2012 and was also a finalist in the Residential Architectural Excellence category of the 2012 NZ Timber Design Awards.  The range of houses available also includes smaller options. 

Transportable Houses – Black Hut Range

Case Ornsby Design was employed by a New Zealand company, Black Hut, to design a range of homes as a direct response to the Christchurch earthquakes.  They needed to be able to withstand movement, as well as be small and flexible enough to be able to be shifted to another site.

The largest and most popular house design is 100sqm and uncomplicated in layout: a long, narrow building with an open plan living room, kitchen and study nook at one end; a bathroom and laundry in the middle; two bedrooms at the end as well as a sleeping platform above the bathroom, accessed by a ladder. 

The building is carbon negative, includes solar panels and rainwater collection.  Coupled with relocation possibilities, ability for sun orientation, material selection and energy efficiency decisions this home rates as highly sustainable.  It is also a net zero waste home - in other words, it gives back more than it takes from the environment, through the use of PV panels for electricity, for example.

This house won Master Builder of the Year House in the under $250,000 build category 2012 and was also a finalist in the Residential Architectural Excellence category of the 2012 NZ Timber Design Awards.

The range of houses available also includes smaller options. 

 Transportable Houses – Black Hut Range  Case Ornsby Design was employed by a New Zealand company, Black Hut, to design a range of homes as a direct response to the Christchurch earthquakes.  They needed to be able to withstand movement, as well as be small and flexible enough to be able to be shifted to another site.  The largest and most popular house design is 100sqm and uncomplicated in layout: a long, narrow building with an open plan living room, kitchen and study nook at one end; a bathroom and laundry in the middle; two bedrooms at the end as well as a sleeping platform above the bathroom, accessed by a ladder.   The building is carbon negative, includes solar panels and rainwater collection.  Coupled with relocation possibilities, ability for sun orientation, material selection and energy efficiency decisions this home rates as highly sustainable.  It is also a net zero waste home - in other words, it gives back more than it takes from the environment, through the use of PV panels for electricity, for example.  This house won Master Builder of the Year House in the under $250,000 build category 2012 and was also a finalist in the Residential Architectural Excellence category of the 2012 NZ Timber Design Awards.  The range of houses available also includes smaller options. 

Transportable Houses – Black Hut Range

Case Ornsby Design was employed by a New Zealand company, Black Hut, to design a range of homes as a direct response to the Christchurch earthquakes.  They needed to be able to withstand movement, as well as be small and flexible enough to be able to be shifted to another site.

The largest and most popular house design is 100sqm and uncomplicated in layout: a long, narrow building with an open plan living room, kitchen and study nook at one end; a bathroom and laundry in the middle; two bedrooms at the end as well as a sleeping platform above the bathroom, accessed by a ladder. 

The building is carbon negative, includes solar panels and rainwater collection.  Coupled with relocation possibilities, ability for sun orientation, material selection and energy efficiency decisions this home rates as highly sustainable.  It is also a net zero waste home - in other words, it gives back more than it takes from the environment, through the use of PV panels for electricity, for example.

This house won Master Builder of the Year House in the under $250,000 build category 2012 and was also a finalist in the Residential Architectural Excellence category of the 2012 NZ Timber Design Awards.

The range of houses available also includes smaller options. 

 Transportable Houses – Black Hut Range  Case Ornsby Design was employed by a New Zealand company, Black Hut, to design a range of homes as a direct response to the Christchurch earthquakes.  They needed to be able to withstand movement, as well as be small and flexible enough to be able to be shifted to another site.  The largest and most popular house design is 100sqm and uncomplicated in layout: a long, narrow building with an open plan living room, kitchen and study nook at one end; a bathroom and laundry in the middle; two bedrooms at the end as well as a sleeping platform above the bathroom, accessed by a ladder.   The building is carbon negative, includes solar panels and rainwater collection.  Coupled with relocation possibilities, ability for sun orientation, material selection and energy efficiency decisions this home rates as highly sustainable.  It is also a net zero waste home - in other words, it gives back more than it takes from the environment, through the use of PV panels for electricity, for example.  This house won Master Builder of the Year House in the under $250,000 build category 2012 and was also a finalist in the Residential Architectural Excellence category of the 2012 NZ Timber Design Awards.  The range of houses available also includes smaller options. 

Transportable Houses – Black Hut Range

Case Ornsby Design was employed by a New Zealand company, Black Hut, to design a range of homes as a direct response to the Christchurch earthquakes.  They needed to be able to withstand movement, as well as be small and flexible enough to be able to be shifted to another site.

The largest and most popular house design is 100sqm and uncomplicated in layout: a long, narrow building with an open plan living room, kitchen and study nook at one end; a bathroom and laundry in the middle; two bedrooms at the end as well as a sleeping platform above the bathroom, accessed by a ladder. 

The building is carbon negative, includes solar panels and rainwater collection.  Coupled with relocation possibilities, ability for sun orientation, material selection and energy efficiency decisions this home rates as highly sustainable.  It is also a net zero waste home - in other words, it gives back more than it takes from the environment, through the use of PV panels for electricity, for example.

This house won Master Builder of the Year House in the under $250,000 build category 2012 and was also a finalist in the Residential Architectural Excellence category of the 2012 NZ Timber Design Awards.

The range of houses available also includes smaller options. 

 Transportable Houses – Black Hut Range  Case Ornsby Design was employed by a New Zealand company, Black Hut, to design a range of homes as a direct response to the Christchurch earthquakes.  They needed to be able to withstand movement, as well as be small and flexible enough to be able to be shifted to another site.  The largest and most popular house design is 100sqm and uncomplicated in layout: a long, narrow building with an open plan living room, kitchen and study nook at one end; a bathroom and laundry in the middle; two bedrooms at the end as well as a sleeping platform above the bathroom, accessed by a ladder.   The building is carbon negative, includes solar panels and rainwater collection.  Coupled with relocation possibilities, ability for sun orientation, material selection and energy efficiency decisions this home rates as highly sustainable.  It is also a net zero waste home - in other words, it gives back more than it takes from the environment, through the use of PV panels for electricity, for example.  This house won Master Builder of the Year House in the under $250,000 build category 2012 and was also a finalist in the Residential Architectural Excellence category of the 2012 NZ Timber Design Awards.  The range of houses available also includes smaller options. 

Transportable Houses – Black Hut Range

Case Ornsby Design was employed by a New Zealand company, Black Hut, to design a range of homes as a direct response to the Christchurch earthquakes.  They needed to be able to withstand movement, as well as be small and flexible enough to be able to be shifted to another site.

The largest and most popular house design is 100sqm and uncomplicated in layout: a long, narrow building with an open plan living room, kitchen and study nook at one end; a bathroom and laundry in the middle; two bedrooms at the end as well as a sleeping platform above the bathroom, accessed by a ladder. 

The building is carbon negative, includes solar panels and rainwater collection.  Coupled with relocation possibilities, ability for sun orientation, material selection and energy efficiency decisions this home rates as highly sustainable.  It is also a net zero waste home - in other words, it gives back more than it takes from the environment, through the use of PV panels for electricity, for example.

This house won Master Builder of the Year House in the under $250,000 build category 2012 and was also a finalist in the Residential Architectural Excellence category of the 2012 NZ Timber Design Awards.

The range of houses available also includes smaller options. 

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