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Epi-Phyte Lab’s Hsu House

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jun 06, 2012 05:36 PM
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by Adrienne Breaux last modified Jun 05, 2012

At 2200 square feet, The Hsu House in Danby, New York by Epi-Phyte Lab, is awesome not just because it looks like a wonderful stripey modern structure, but because it was designed using passive solar principles. The result being a fairly inexpensive and energy efficient home for the young family that — Continue reading …




 

 

At 2200 square feet, The Hsu House in Danby, New York by Epi-Phyte Lab, is awesome not just because it looks like a wonderful stripey modern structure, but because it was designed using passive solar principles.

The result being a fairly inexpensive and energy efficient home for the young family that lives there. With a fun-to-say bifurcating monopitch roof, there are three stories and lots of living and playing space.

The awesome-to-look-at cast-in-place concrete heat sink mass wall stores sensible heat and allows light to play around it. More on Epi-Phyte Lab’s website.

 


 

 

 
 
 

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