According to Dwell, this is the "world's first carbon-positive prefabricated house", which produces more "more energy than its uses". Its designer, ArchiBlox, claims that it is "expected to offer the same environmental benefits as 6095 native Australian trees". Simple, clean design. Put one in a forest and I will live in it.
Australian Company Designs World's First Carbon-Positive House
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