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here was a small semi-detached house, built in the fifties in Hamburg-William Castle. In her old age she has come to fame as “light-active house, ” the more one does not look his age. It is one of six European model houses of the Velux experiment “Model Home 2020. The successful transformation of the close, crouching Hamburger settlers house into a modern, bright and energetic almost self-sufficient building owes its existence to a student design by Kathy Fey at the TU Darmstadt. She combined energy-efficient building technology with imaginative interventions to increase home value. Thus, the large roof area was broken up and fitted with solar panels and large windows, and the winding structure inside more room an airy, spacious linking all areas. Central functions could be transferred into a glass annex that is not somewhat reminiscent of a greenhouse. For in the garden city of tomorrow is not more coal is harvested, but energy and heat.