Though it seems like nothing but a nice home, this structure by Harrison and White is an extensively researched, well-engineered project. The shade structure attached to the roof of the home is designed to block sun rays from every angle and redirect them to appropriate places.
Harrison and White went through an extensive planning process for the project. Using computerized models, they tracked the path of daylight from sunup to sundown and every place in between. The result is a home that is not designed, but engineered for light optimization from the inside out.
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