The oil and gas industry spent $38,000,000 while citizens spent thousands to get Proposition 112 on the ballot.
The house is elevated to allow passive cooling, assisted by a recirculation fan. The slat construction on the exterior allows for air circulation and visibility into the interior of the house. A canopy covers the entrance to provide a sheltered patio for Jewels to lounge and keep watch for visitors.
The solar home is equipped with a fan, solar chimney and underfloor heating system to moderate Oreo’s environment year-round.
The phase change system works in conjunction with solar powered fan and dampers to provide cooling and heating as needed.
The “LoDog” house features a façade that “barkens” to the architecture of Denver’s early days with modern day hints with the city’s historic/hip LoDo area.
A solar panel charges a battery that runs a built-in fan that comes on as the temperature reaches a certain level. The overall design allows for natural air movement and for rising warm air to escape on hotter days.
A solar panel powers an outlet for lap top or phone charging, an automatic toy toss, an evaporative cooling system and more.
A solar panel powers both indoor and outdoor electrical outlets, so his people can use the outlet to power their electric lawn trimmer.
The house features three main resting areas where a dog can recharge from her active lifestyle: an enclosed area, a shaded area for summer and a rooftop area for winter sunbathing.
Radar’s house illustrates that everything can have more than one purpose. This adaptable dog house is a perfect fit for an active dog like Radar.