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Maybe the common levels (kitchen, living room) can be the only ones that get improved insulation. This could contribute to the social interaction.
For the individual spaces I feel it's an interesting option to use alternative body heating and insulation.

Sun collectors could be conected tot low temperature radiation in common levels to ensure/support reaching a minimum level of comfort. During summer time the circuit can be changed to use for heating water.

Maybe with a sun chimney and heat exchange the building air can be heated without having to deal with the sweaty/stinky air from the power generation floors?

Martin Buuri Kaburia

This is really great

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