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STYLEPARK DAILY6/22/2017

Harvard House Zero: Energy-efficient building

Harvard University, architects office Snøhetta and Skanska Technology have teamed up to develop the “Harvard House Zero”. With this research project they demonstrate, using the example of an existing building, namely the “Harvard Center for Green Buildings und Cities”, how energy efficiency can be boosted in existing buildings. After the conversion work, the building hardly requires any energy for heating or cooling, so the plan. “To date, this level of efficiency could only be achieved with new buildings,” comments Ali Malkawi, Professor of Architectural Technology at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. (am)

Harvard University, architects office Snøhetta and Skanska Technology have teamed up to develop the “Harvard House Zero”.
"Harvard House Zero"