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Finch Buildings Designs Homes Intended to Leave Zero Carbon Footprint

 - May 9, 2016
References: finchbuildings & homecrux
The market for sustainable homes is showing steady signs of increasing, but now Finch Buildings is looking to take things a step further. The Netherlands-based startup has created a way for consumers and businesses to create spaces that can be reconfigured when the need arises.

Crafted from recyclable materials and other materials focused on low-energy consumption, the sustainable homes could be utilized as houses, student residences, hotels and more. Naturally, the Finch Building units would be powered via the incorporated solar panels and would harvest rain to help supply residents with water. Energy-efficient appliances would be the norm throughout and aim to have the lowest possible effect on the environment. In time, the designs from Finch Buildings could help to revolutionize how we think about structure design.