Yesterday's post showed a little house on top of the Emporium shop and the Moose Juice, Goose Juice drink stand. Well this is that same little house under construction and seen from the roof.
The architectural firm responsible for this building showed details for these little houses that would match any full-sized house. There were steel stud walls and framing around the windows. There were even individual light boxes behind each window. The problem with that design was that the finished product could never have looked right. Some of the window were only 10-inches high and 6-inches wide. I explained that these houses were no bigger than a dog house. Well the name stuck, so that's what we came to call them.
The construction sub-contractor understood what I needed and came up with this brilliant idea. To a steel frame we attached a frosted polycarbonate resin thermoplastic called Lexan. To this we could glue foam siding and just cut-out the windows and door openings to use the frosted plastic as the window. When a single light inside was turned on all of the windows would glow. One door (or large window) was removable for access to the light.