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New York Magazine: Is This Harvard Prototype the Greenest House in America?

HouseZero was featured in New York Magazine in a piece written by Justin Davidson, who praises the CGBC’s apt headquarters and urgent mission.

“Most other environmentally sensitive buildings rely on advanced machinery: hyperefficient air conditioners, motion-activated window shades, and so on,” he writes. “HouseZero dispenses with contraptions that refrigerate the house in summer or blast heat in winter. Maintaining a comfortable indoor temperature depends on an ingredient that most architecture forcibly exclude: fresh air.”

Read the entire piece here.