After driving to Lafayette we stopped for lunch at Artmosphere, then met up with Onezieme Mouton from the University of Louisiana Lafayette, to take a look at the Beau Soleil House the school had designed. He put us in touch with Stephen Ortego, who was working on a project called Eco-Lafayette that we had seen on our way into town, and we got a tour.
|National Wetlands Research Center|
|Beau Soleil House|
The BeauSoleil Home produces enough electricity from its solar panels that the energy meter rotates backwards.
This door/wall in the house is part of a Nanawall system that is unique design only to the BeauSoleil house.