'a coherent approach that works equally well at micro and macro scale'
16 June, 2005 | By Matthew Teague
Designed for rural locations, Sybarite's prefabricated houses offer views above the treetops and can be installed within two weeks. The underside accommodates undulating kinetic baffles, which are used to generate electricity.
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