Residence Conserves Energy
The owners of Casa Águila, a private residence in Ramona, Calif., set lofty sustainability goals for their house. The project was designed for eventual grid-disconnection through utilization of battery power, photovoltaics and a 45-foot wind turbine with 17-foot blades. It is LEED Platinum certified and a Certified Passive House from the state. Additionally, the project has permits for on-site wastewater treatment and to collect rainwater for indoor use. See full article in Metal Architecture ›
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