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This is a great example of how much/little space it would add to extend the current roofline over the new addition. This is also the closest building I think I've seen online to the shape/siting of the granary, although this one is obviously oriented with  the long roofline pointing south.

great passive solar design- I would plant row of deciduous trees in front of glass so that in the winter that could act as a giant trombe wall but be shaded to keep it cool in the summer. Trees that max out at 2 stories would allow south face level ro

"I'm a Passive House enthusiast. I'm involved in this great movement to create highly energy efficient buildings that use 80 to 90% less energy. But how? I get asked often what a Passive House is. This is the low down in 90 seconds."

Quick video -"I'm a Passive House enthusiast. I'm involved in this great movement to create highly energy efficient buildings that use 80 to less energy. I get asked often what a Passive House is. This is the low down in 90 seconds.

Y House / Beijing Matsubara and Architects

This image by Beijing Matsubara and Architects successfully shows how passive ventilation techniques can be easily regulated during different times of year, allowing for cool breezes during the summer and containing the heat in the winter.

Passive Solar House Design for better energy efficiency. (example is for New Zealand) Please be aware that the angles may be different for the area you are located. Angles of the sun for Australia can be found http://www.ga.gov.au/geodesy/astro/smpos.jsphere

Solarei Passive Solar House (New Zealand) -- Home uses "green architecture principles on a medium scale budget.

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Columbian Refuge by Jaime Rendon Arquitectos - The Design Vote / The Green Life