Carlow St was built as a prototype to test the ideas and technologies applied to make the home as carbon neutral and as cost efficient as possible. This house is no longer available to view. Page  of 1  
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Outside lights come on automatically to replicate occupancy, even when no-one is at home. All lighting is compact fluorescent or LED, except for some low voltage "mood" lighting in the living area File: P1010002.JPG
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Looking towards entry gate File: P1010017.JPG
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main living space from outside File: P1010048.JPG
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from the north, early morning File: P1230062.JPG
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The kitchen is very simple, with the main cooking bench designed as a plug unit which can be romved to outside for summer cooking. the house has no mains gas connected, but provides bottled gas as required for barbecuing or wok cooking!
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The rainwater tank is located under the bed, with a concrete access hatch to enable monitoring quality and quantity File: P1230087.JPG
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