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Ultra-Efficient Danish Home Produces More Energy Than It Needs Home for Life – Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

Ultra-Efficient Danish Home Produces More Energy Than It Needs

Eco Factor: Carbon-neutral house concept uses solar panels and energy-scrimping design. The “Home for Life” is not just any single-family home, but is the first prototype of a Danish concept known as an "Active House.

Integrated Passive Design Poster

This diagram breaks down passive design into the three basic parts of a building. Roof/walls, foundation, and orientation. Simple and clean and useful for understanding basic strategies

What is a Zero Carbon Home? : TreeHugger (net zero energy / year - does NOT factor in embedded energy)

What is a Zero Carbon Home?

In response to our post Crossway Zero Carbon Home Brings Back the Timbrel Vault, commenter rayn wrote: "I don't see how this house could be anywhere near zero carbon even if all the bricks were sun baked.

This net-zero home is a solar-powered modular housing unit created to withstand Canada’s harsh climate.

Ontario's ECHO Net-Zero Prefab Home Combines Passivhaus and Solar for Flexible Green Living

The ECHO net-zero home is a solar-powered modular housing unit created to withstand Canada’s harsh climate.

France is taking affordable passive housing to a new level, and we couldn't be more thrilled.

Watch this passive PopUp House snap together like LEGOs

Watch this passive PopUp House snap together like LEGOs PopUp House – Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture,…

nadaaa proposes a school of architecture for toronto

NADAAA architects propose a design for the Daniels Faculty of Architecture in Toronto, Ontario. The design of University of Toronto’s Daniels faculty of architecture, landscape and design (DFALD) building is conceived as

8 Ultra-Low-Energy Passive Houses Around the World | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

8 Ultra-Low-Energy Passive Buildings Around the World

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