I would totally live in the world's first carbon-positive house

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According to Dwell, this is the "world's first carbon-positive prefabricated house," which produces more "more energy than its uses." Its designer, ArchiBlox, claims it's "expected to offer the same environmental benefits as 6,095 native Australian trees." Simple, clean design—put it in a forest and I will move in.

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allanjones
allan jones

this is less a house, more of a flat. still cool, but living in that amount of space with a family of four isn't viable - let alone wanting to invite over guests to stay.
don't get me wrong - i love the look, and the ethos is bang on. but it's not a practical, realistic family home.
scale it up, put it somewhere that i can get fast broadband so i can actually do my job, and then come talk to me.