Gallery: Re:Vision Architecture Merges Historic Quaker House With Net Z...

Rain water is captured in a 2,000 gallon tank for toilets and other non-potable uses. What cannot be capture is retained on site with bioswells.

The 150 year old Quaker house, now a small museum, needed structural improvements and a new place for gatherings. The design takes advantage of the work by inserting underfloor heating tubing into the old building. New, but historically accurate, windows also help with efficiency.


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