These house prototypes advocate a shift from a corporate fuel economy to a grassroots one, and a parallel transition from large scale, consolidated development to a smaller, more dispersed approach. Houses, which are deployed in pockets of existing neighborhoods, incorporate hydrogen fuel cell stations that power the home and the car. The fuel stations, which are wedged underneath the houses, are publicly accessible and locally powered. A shared leisure landscape of swimming pools and lawns uses the water made as a byproduct of hydrogen fuel production. The houses curl and bend to create courtyards for residents with small, secluded outdoor areas.
Local Fuel Production and Sale
Cross Section of House, Courtyards, and Fuel Station