Look Inside a Net-Zero Energy House in Cupertino, California

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This single-story home in Cupertino, California is a “net-zero energy house,” meaning that it has no energy consumption or carbon emission. Powered by a solar roof system and built with insulated concrete, the home is extremely environmentally friendly and sustainable. The ceiling’s uneven slope gives the occupants privacy while bringing in the right amount of light, enhanced by the all-white interior.

  1. Source: Klopf Architecture
  2. Photography: Mariko Reed
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  • TMB

    What about all the energy they waste driving to and from their suburban house? Or the environment that was destroyed by building a low density sprawl town like cupertino? Imagine that someone that lives in a loft in San Fran and walks to work uses quite a bit less energy than this doufus.

  • TMB

    What about all the energy they waste driving to and from their suburban house? Or the environment that was destroyed by building a low density sprawl town like cupertino? Imagine that someone that lives in a loft in San Fran and walks to work uses quite a bit less energy than this doufus.