Klopf Architecture's Daylit Net-Zero Energy House Rises and Shines in Cupertino, California Read more: Klopf Architecture's Net-Zero Energy House Is a Daylit Home in Cupertino | Inhabitat – Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

San Francisco-based Klopf Architecture designed a light-filled home in Cupertino, California that establishes a strong connection to nature while maintaining privacy. The zero-net energy house, which received high scores from the Build It Green “GreenPoint Rated” system, uses solar energy and superior materials to meet all of its energy requirements.

Read more: Klopf Architecture’s Net-Zero Energy House Is a Daylit Home in Cupertino | Inhabitat – Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building 

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