January 5, 2009
Master of Architecture student Kira Canon's article recreates the experience of thousands of visitors touring the house on the National Mall during the Solar Decathlon. Canon also describes many of the innovative sustainable strategies created by University of Maryland architecture and engineering students during the interdisciplinary, collaborative design process.
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