Gallery: Egypt’s Solar SLIDES House Has a Transforming Perforated Facad...

When closed, the home maintains a passive cooling system. Since temperatures reach well into the 100s in summer months in Cairo, a ceiling vent helps hot air escape. In winter, the second screen of the building’s skin is opened to absorb heat, which is stored in thermal mass flooring.

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