Specht Harpman was founded in 1995 by Scott Specht and Louise Harpman. They began working together while classmates at the Yale School of Architecture. A small company with rigorous standards for modern design, the firm’s award-winning work includes commercial, institutional and residential projects, as well as custom furniture.
The following concept is called the ZeroHouse, a prefabricated solar dwelling. It’s designed to be easily shipped and quickly erected. The home operates completely off-grid in many climates while providing all necessary elements to comfortably support four adults. We hope this will turn into reality one day and would love to see the finished results. Enjoy!
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