World’s first carbon-positive prefab home unveiled in Australia

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These prefab homes will generate more energy than they use.

March 04, 2015

Archiblox, an Australian architecture firm, has constructed the world’s first carbon-positive prefabricated home.

The Archi+ Carbon Positive House, now on display in Melbourne’s City Square, features solar rooftop panels, in-ground cooling tubes, sliding edible garden walls to block the sun’s rays, and an external planter bed to take grey wastewater and filter for toilet flushing.

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