Gallery: Mod Cott is a Low-Energy Guest House on Lake Buchanan in Texas

The roof of the cottage also holds a photovoltaic system with 14 solar panels. Although connected to the grid, the system provides more than enough power for the house.
 
The roof of the cottage also holds a photovoltaic system with 14 solar panels. Although connected to the grid, the system provides more than enough power for the house.

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  1. legalegl May 16, 2013 at 8:04 pm

    Wouldn’t a larger roof overhang cut exposure to the summer sun(if applied correctly), and reduce solar gain, as well as collecting more rainwater.
    Seems modern design in some respects is taking a step backwards.

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