Chicago's updated 1936 'Day After Tomorrow' House, a first in solar use and energy efficiency.
Living room waterfall in architect George Keck's Chicago "Day After Tomorrow House." Keck was at the forefront (some would claim him as the father) of energy efficiency residences and his architectural engineering created the first "passive" solar houses in the 1930s and '40s.
By Francesca Robin
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