This three-story Redwood home in Columbia, Missouri, features several levels of decks and a greenhouse to harvest heat in winter and start plants in spring. The home’s green technologies include an active solar water heater and trombe wall: a passive solar wall that absorbs winter sun and slowly releases heat overnight. The home appears in the book Passive Solar Architecture: Heating, Cooling, Ventilation, Daylighting and More using Natural Flows (2011). Nick Peckham designed this residence as his family home while at Peckham & Wright Architects. He sold it to the Hunt family in 1989.
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