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“The Passive House is nothing special in Europe now. They’re moving on to carbon neutral,” says Mori, who absorbed that attitude over ten years of study and work in Germany and Ireland. While a student at the University of Stuttgart, she designed this scu

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Originally appeared in Architect Miwa Mori
on August 23, 2010
“The Passive House is nothing special in Europe now. They’re moving on to carbon neutral,” says Mori, who absorbed that attitude over ten years of study and work in Germany and Ireland. While a student at the University of Stuttgart, she designed this scu
“The Passive House is nothing special in Europe now. They’re moving on to carbon neutral,” says Mori, who absorbed that attitude over ten years of study and work in Germany and Ireland. While a student at the University of Stuttgart, she designed this sculpture made from 2,000 feet of inflated sausage tubing.

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