Green Zero Modular Tiny Home

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I like the modern look and feel and the solar panels that fit right into the roof’s design making them seamless. And also that even though it’s very modern looking it has wood on the exterior to still preserve that cabin feel. What’s your favorite part about it?

Architect: Daniele Menichini

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  1. You can’t do solar panels like that. They require adequate ventilation below, or during peak exposure they overheat and it seriously affects output and lifespan. I have been using solar panels for years. The thing is, the rest of the exercise is awesome and the solar ventilation is an easy fix, so what I’m saying isn’t a condemnation: it’s just a minor ‘heads-up’.

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