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The Solar Fablab House Designed For European Solar Decathlon

This coming June, Solar Decathlon will take place in Madrid featuring various zero emission homes and one of the entries for the competition is the FabLab House. This uniquely designed eco-home is built off the ground, rounded, and is covered with solar panels that will be responsible of collecting solar energy to power-up the FabLab. In addition, the photovoltaic skin or solar panels also acts as the home’s rainwater collecting system, and when built, this one of a kind zero energy home will also comes with a garden allowing the users to grow plants, thus produce their own food, and eventually allowing them to save money and the environment.

Fablab House

Fablab House

Fablab House

Fablab House

Source : Fablabhouse via Green Diary


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