The WeatherStation is a concept home that could become a reality. Andrew Keating from Stack Design Build emailed me the following information and I hope you like the idea and design.
The WeatherStation is approximately 315 square feet and is constructed on a slab on grade with 1 1/4″ stone tile. Built with 6 1/2″ structural insulated panel walls with an SIP and fiberglass roof with integrated rainwater capture.
White cedar clapboar with redwood panel overlook. Feberglass double-paned, argon filled, high-R window systems.
The primary heating is solar with a back up heating system of a Morso wood stove rated to 800 square feet.
The rainwater capture system feeds both external and interior use.
This is a neat design and I hope to see it become more than a concept. You can learn more by visiting this blogpost at StackMachine.
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