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‘Eco-house’ based on Medieval architecture could be home of the future – telegraph.co.uk

Eco-house: 'Eco-house' based on Medieval architecture could be home of the future

Eco-house: The unusual dome-like design is based on a Medieval technique, originating in Spain, known as ‘timbrel vaulting’ Photo: MASONS NEWS SERVICE
The zero carbon building, developed by University of Cambridge architects as a prototype for future living, is based on a 600-year-old Medieval design that retains heat from the sun while cooling naturally in the summer.  Read more…

AWAITING PIX ‘Eco-house’ based on Medieval architecture could be home of the future – Telegraph.

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