Organic Heating System Uses Agricultural Fermentation

A group of Japanese student from Waseda University have created a prototype home that’s heated by the process of fermentation. Called “A Recipe To Live”, the project was developed by three students – Masaki Ogasawara, Keisuke Tsukada and Erika Mikami – who were responsible for this unusual, but innovation heating system.

The house provides it’s own heat source through agricultural fermentation. The walls of the house are lined and insulated with straw bales.

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