Cornell Silo House Architecture Design by Student of Cornell University
As a compact, modular structure, proving that green building Silo impressive energy-saving things do come in small spaces! This house is mainly composed of three modules cylinder life bedrooms, kitchen and living room around the square yard, shade and supported by a canopy of 40 photovoltaic panels capable of generating eight kilowatts of electricity power.
The consisting of solar panels, two grid tied inverters, and intelligent load panel by CE-Systems Inc., which tracks home energy consumption and the level in real time. HVAC system combined hot water storage tank, a sophisticated automatic computer control, and two solar thermal systems provide continuous indoor comfort of reliable, finely controlled, and highly energy efficient.
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