The FabLab house concept is a zero energy home that has been designed for the European Solar Decathlon in Madrid this summer. The house has three legs that raise it off the ground, which allows for natural ventilation.
The structure of the FabLab house is made out of a wooden, ribcage-like structure that is covered in solar panels that generate all the power the house needs. The eco-friendly home is also able to sustain itself in all kinds of climates, allowing it to be built anywhere in the world.
The FabLab House is Set to Be Built in Madrid
Rose Nazarali — January 31, 2010 — Eco
References: fablabhouse & thedesignblog.org