The M-22 House: A Magnificent Mansion Powered By Rainwater
Jan 03, 2014 17:07
The 'M-22 House' is a modern residence designed by Michael Fitzhugh
Architect that serves as the perfect model for future sustainable design
and construction methods.
Housed within the structure's imposing concrete, steel, glass exterior is an "innovative geothermal heating and cooling system" that uses rainwater, geothermal water and gravity which is linked to a hydroelectric power generator to power the entire house. View the rest in the photos below:
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