Courtesy of Outside Magazine, see a video of climber Taylor Rees and fellow climber and filmmaker Renan Ozturk’s Park City home that sits at the intersection of modernity and sustainability. This constantly evolving structure called the “Summit Haus” was designed by architect Chris Price to focus on using passive solar energy, and was inspired by the fact that inefficient buildings account for 40-50 percent of our society’s carbon footprint.
Chris Price of Park City Design+Build selected Zola’s Thermo uPVC line for their prime value and performance. Read the Summit Haus case study on the Zola blog to learn more about this efficient and inspiring project.
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The thermal performance of your building’s walls is only as strong as the weakest link, and windows are too often that weak link.
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