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Design of resilient coastal home includes prefabricated concrete
Other central features include a solar energy system, greywater recycling, wind debris-resilient windows
Australian architects Rayne Fouche and Larissa Searle designed The Bayside Bunker, a resilient home for coastal areas. The home includes a solar energy system, greywater recycling, and wind debris-resilient windows. The exterior is prefabricated concrete, and the concrete central area provides the building with structural rigidity.