With the wall framing finishing up, plywood sheathing has already started going on the exterior of the home.
Those long openings are windows, not doors. We have a few (nearly) full height floor-to-header windows throughout the house. The intent was to give some more verticality to the design of the cottage as opposed to its otherwise horizontal layout. You'll notice the wall sheathing differs in color. Besides the concrete base, there are two kinds of plywood on the face of the building. The lower band of dark green plywood is pressure treated, again, for flood zone reasons. The upper portion is typical plywood sheathing.
So what does the inside of the house look like at this point?
Once the framing is completed, a city inspector will come to verify the nailing and work that's progressed to this point. After that, the other trades start to come in and work will continue with the plumber, electrician, etc. We leave with this week with a view to the outdoors: