29 Nov '13, 11am

Review: ‘The Solar House’ by Anthony Denzer: .pw-widget p{ float:left; } #pw_post_2, #pw_post_3, #pw...

Review: ‘The Solar House’ by Anthony Denzer: .pw-widget p{ float:left; } #pw_post_2, #pw_post_3, #pw...

As Denzer aptly points out, “Few people are aware of the influential experimental solar houses which were constructed during the previous four decades, beginning with the work of masters of twentieth-century architecture such as Richard Neutra, Le Corbusier, Frank Lloyd Wright, Paolo Soleri, Louis Kahn, Pietro Belluschi, Edward Durell Stone, and Harwell Hamilton Harris, and continuing with more recent innovations like the German Passivhaus movement and the Heliotrope, the first house to produce more energy than it consumed, and the U.S.-based Solar Decathlon, conceived as a living demonstration laboratory and recently expanded to include contests in Europe and China.

Full article: http://cleantechnica.com/2013/11/29/review-solar-house-an...

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