Curtains Harness Solar Energy

Curtains Harness Solar Energy
Design
Joel Horowitz
  • 12 june 2008

Architect Sheila Kennedy has designed a home capable of generating 16,000 solar watt hours of electricity with light-sensitive curtains. While the technology is currently too expensive for immediate use, it gives us an idea of how a home could be designed using power-generating curtains that define space as well as sustainability.

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