smart home


The reACT home produces food, generates energy and self-regulates its user systems

Ticking off the usual 'boxes' of sustainability, like the low-impact modular design and solar power credentials, the reACT home does one better by integrating a range of green technologies that go beyond the user convenience to actually account for tangible productivity. To that end, reACT, used as an acronym for Resilient Adaptive Climate Technology, is…


Kasita: A smart micro-home that can be transported across cities when you move

When it comes to practical scenarios for most of us, the scope of sustainable living goes beyond the integration of 'expensive' green technologies. In essence, the ambit of solar and wind-based technologies is not really tailored to cramped apartments inhabited by professionals who tend to change their cities and workplaces. In these circumstances, reducing one's…

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