San Francisco’s Solar “Mission: House” is a High-Tech Marvel

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A rooftop garden planted with tomatoes and herbs tops off the house, while a massive 4kW south-facing solar array soaks up the sun’s rays. The home’s architect and owner Andrew Dunbar told me that the project regularly feeds energy back into the grid – no doubt thanks to its luminous daylit design and efficient green building strategies.

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All photos by Mike Chino, © Inhabitat

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  1. website September 23, 2010 at 7:16 am

    Agree 100%

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