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Fast Company: The home of the future is the one you’re already living in

Meeting space in HouseZero.

Fast Company published an article advocating for the improvement of existing structures. “If we stand a chance against climate catastrophe,” the article reads, “architects, engineers, and the buildings they create will necessarily play a huge part in moving the needle–and not just in shiny new buildings, but more crucially, by retrofitting existing structures as well.” The piece features Harvard HouseZero, which is recognized not as “a cold or stark vision of survivalism,” but rather as a “warm, wood-shingled 1940s building that’s been expertly refurbished to meet performance demands of our time.” Read the entire piece here.