Snowdrop Housing Survey
Snowdrop is a holistically sustainable housing initiative working to prototype new ways that modular net-positive homes can take a more humanistic angle. With emphasis on one’s physical, cognitive, and emotional well-being, we envision these homes as impactful solutions for simple private residences, community buildings, or disaster relief projects, both domestic and international.
Thank you for taking the time to complete this brief anonymous survey. There will be no follow up emails. Answers will remain confidential and will only be seen by our team members.
If you have any questions about our project or would like to get involved, feel free to visit www.snowdroparch.com
Key Concept Definitions
Tiny Home: A small home, specifically a dwelling that is 400 sqft / 37 sqm (average size of a two-car garage) or less in floor area excluding any lofts. Once built or set in place, the structure is immobile.
Off-Grid Architecture: Not connected to or served by publicly- or privately-managed utilities such as electricity, gas, or water. In reference to homes, these structures would be entirely self-dependent upon meeting the demands of the home, local infrastructure, and user.
(Approximately 5 Minutes)