1. The East House, located in Byron Bay, Australia is a project by Built-Environment Practice. Conversion of 1990s brick and tile beach house to a modern, open-plan sustainable living environment. Designed to optimize northern solar access, cross-ventilation, and thermal comfort without heating or air conditioning.
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The new Roche Learning Center in Indianapolis has been designed to closely follow European energy performance and thermal comfort standards. Although the building appears to be transparent, it achieves a wall-to-window ratio of less than 60 percent.