Seattle's Palatine Passive House consumes 90% less energy than a conventional home
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_extend] The dwelling's distinctive façade is clad in hand-charred cedar slabs treated with the Japanese “shou sugi ban” technique, which naturally seals the wood to withstand the city's very rainy weather. Its many passive features includes an airtight envelope, continuous high-performance insulation and managed solar gain, as well as a filtered heat and moisture recovery ventilation system. This creates excellent air quality and allows temperature-control providing a healthy and...