Branden Klayko

EnergyFlex House: Green Building Eco-Laboratory in Denmark

by , 07/15/10

sustainable design, green design, solar energy, sustainable architecture, green building, energyflex house, denmark, Danish Technological Institute, Henning Larsen Architects

Researchers hope the EnergyFlex House will lead to new building practices that will significantly reduce Europe’s carbon footprint in the coming years. Overall, the project’s goal is to generate optimal sustainable technologies while maintaining the cost-effectiveness necessary to bring new systems to market. The Danish Technological Institute has plans to add third structure to the complex in order to study design, indoor climate, and work life in office buildings.

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  1. mbfranklin July 16, 2010 at 1:52 pm

    I like the simple form and use of materials

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