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Nature is truly incredible. Termite mounds, perhaps even more so. Designing a building to ventilate passively, much like a termite mound could reduce energy consumption drastically whilst improving the local environment. Natural ventilation is the future of buildings, so why not learn about it from the experts that have been doing it for millions of years?
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