Passive Erpingham House in Australia is affordable, light-filled and easily replicable
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The Erpingham House is located on a 290-square-meter lot near the port city of Fremantle, Western Australia. The architects used common materials, lightweight construction and passive solar design to minimize the short and long term costs of the building and speed up construction. Related: UBC’s Nano Studios to offer affordable micro-apartments for under $700 a month The solar design principles are reflected in the use of large eaves and a shallow floor plate that eliminate direct sunlight...