29 Dec '16, 10pm

Modern lodge in the Rocky Mountains produces as much energy as it consumes

Modern lodge in the Rocky Mountains produces as much energy as it consumes

Colorado architecture firm <a href="http://arch11.com/" target="_blank">Arch11</a> replaced a small stone cabin with a contemporary <a href="http://inhabitat.com/net-zero-energy" target="_blank">net-zero energy</a> retreat in the Rocky Mountains. The single-family residence, named Lodgepole Retreat, sits 9,000 feet above sea level and is elevated atop a concrete plinth for unobstructed views of the landscape. The modern abode effectively sloughs off the heavy snowfall with its angled roof plane that’s also topped with a 10-kilowatt photovoltaic system.

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