Gallery: Miller Hull Partnership and Habitat for Humanity Build ‘The Ho...

 
Fifty years ago the Seattle World’s Fair captured the imagination with a home filled with inventions that make mundane housekeeping tasks easy (and even dispensable). The resulting home displayed at The Seattle Center was named “The House of the Immediate Future”. Now The Miller Hull Partnership and Habitat for Humanity Seattle/South King County have teamed up to bring a new residential project of the same name to the foot of the Space Needle, which welcomed the World’s Fair of 1962. This 1,400 square-foot home, built by the volunteer force of Habitat for Humanity, showcases the affordable, environmentally friendly building technology of today. It is one of seven super energy-efficient homes being feature by Northwest ENERGY STAR Homes this year.

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