It’s a 12′ by 48′ cabin including the porches. From the outside, you’ll notice it has a slanted shed-style roof with rainwater collection. Inside, you’ll find a living area, dining, kitchen, bathroom, and bedroom. All designed and built with passive solar in mind to conserve energy on cooling. What do you think?
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Off-Grid, Passive Solar Tiny Cabin in New Mexico
He Built An Off-Grid Tiny House in New Mexico With A Passive Solar Design
Since New Mexico Is In A Hot Climate, It’s Important To Take That Into Consideration In Your Design
This Design Work Will Save Thousands Of Dollars Over The Life Of The Home In Reduced Energy Costs
No Windows Where the Sun Hits The Home Majority of the Day, Windows on the Other Side With Lots of Overhang For Shade, Too!
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