ZeroHouse is a totally self-sustaining home that produces its own energy and water. And to add a personal touch, the house is completely customizable. Oh, and it can be erected in one day only with steel frame components and a helical-anchor foundation system without any excavation!
Designed by New York architect Scott Specht, the self-sustaining ZeroHouse read-made house generates its own power, collects its own water, processes its own waste and is 100% automatic. It also features sensors that communicate with the user's PC for climate control, and programmable long-life low-energy LED lighting that is built into the walls and ceilings.
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