This project profile is part of a series from ARCHTECT and Ecobuildingpulse.com providing a sneak peek at the designs in progress for the 2013 U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon, taking place Oct. 3-13 in Irvine, Calif. Project descriptions and videos are provided by each team.
Team ASUNM collaborates with ASU’s Design School and UNM’s School of Architecture and Planning to incorporate all aspects of architecture:
Landscape architecture, Interior design, Visual communication and design, Housing and community development.
The ASUNM house is a living lab focused on sustainable building principles, sustainable resource usage, energy generation, energy management, and education of next generation students. The overall goal of the ASUNM house is to incorporate as many sustainable practices as practical, and conduct an on-going, long-term energy flow monitoring and analysis. Click here to read more.