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This Canadian passive house factory was built from its own prefab wood panels

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified May 28, 2016 01:05 AM
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by Katie Medlock last modified May 27, 2016

The firm estimates the factory will produce 971 less metric tons of carbon dioxide each year, when compared to a facility built from concrete. A heat-recovery ventilation system and incredibly well-insulated walls help reduce carbon emissions, making the BC Passive House Factory an example of the very ideals it promotes. Screens made from two-by-fours make up the building’s facade, with each side featuring unique spacing between the wood to accommodate its relation to the sun. The firm stated,...






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