LichtAktiv House by Katharina Fey
by Ted Savage / September 13, 2011
Via @Stylepark, an energy-self-sufficient, carbon-neutral residence in Hamburg, Germany, resulting from the extreme retrofit of an existing house from the 1950s.


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Solar panels, passive solar collectors, and use of natural light and natural ventilation do the heavy lifting for the energy needs, which include 58% for heating, 25% for hot water, and the rest for household and building services. The design, by Katharina Fey, a student at the Technical University in Darmstadt, won the German division of the major European VELUX Model Home 2020 competition. More at VELUX. Photos: VELUX.

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