FabLab passive solar house unveiled at Europe’s Solar Decathlon

The prefabricated wood FabLab house features a photovoltaic skin that is customized for Madrid’s unique solar resources. It is built on three legs and has space underneath for natural ventilation and a shaded patio. FabLab also features smart energy and temperature-monitoring systems, a garden, and a rainwater collection system on its roof.

Not only is the house innovative, the architecture is stunning. maybe one day, many homes will be built this way. I hope so.

One thought on “FabLab passive solar house unveiled at Europe’s Solar Decathlon

  1. maybe not. It does not appear to be user friendly and wouldn’t pass some building codes. Not that you can see much inside but from what I can – my mother could not climb that ladder and get in that wonky door that has no safety rail for small children. hard to tell – maybe it is a just a glass window but that place still looks difficult for the elderly or infirm.

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