The Marcus O'Reilly Kyneton House Will Have You Seeing Green

By: Alex Scott - Published: Feb 16, 2010 • References: marcusoreilly & swipelife
When you think of a house being totally environmentally friendly, you usually think of it being outfitted with all kinds of green hi-tech features such as solar paneling and wind turbines.The Marcus O’Reilly Kyneton House however shows how you can reduce your carbon footprint with just a few simple innovations.

The Marcus O’Reilly Kyneton House is located in Australia and utilizes thermal mass heating, double glazed windows to reduce energy consumption and most importantly features a tank which collects rainwater from the roofs to use for the showers, toilets and gardens. Stats for Envirotastic Architecture Trending: Older & Average
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