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Not only is this Zero House by architect Scott Specht completely green, automatic and self-sufficient, but it looks like it could

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3 Responses to “Future House now”

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  2. bugbug1919

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  3. ZeroHouse, Green and Comfortable « eKettle

    […] Soon, we may not have to leave the modern world behind; in fact it is modern technology which makes the ZeroHouse, by architect Scott Specht, even possible. The ZeroHouse is “a 650-square-foot prefabricated house designed to operate autonomously, with no need for utilities or waste connections. It generates its own electrical power, collects and stores rainwater, and processes all waste. Shipped to a site on two flatbed trailers, it can be field-erected in less than a day. The house, fully air-conditioned and heated, is configured to comfortably support four adults with two bedrooms, a full bathroom, a kitchen/dining room, and a living room. In addition, two elevated exterior terraces and an outdoor shower extend the living spaces.” (via […]

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