I-house


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I-house

A side-gabled house, usually one-and-a-half or two stories high, one room deep, and two rooms wide; the two rooms usually have an entrance hall between them containing a central stairway.
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The flexible space inside the new building - called i-House - will allow for more meetings, conferences and events to be staged by the NHS Institute inhouse rather than using alternative venues.
officially introduced its i-house (or ihome) which is perhaps the most affordable option for a low-carbon lifestyle at the moment.
Combining the principles and technologies for both sustainable and assisted living in an existing home for the first time in the UK, the i-House includes specialist insulation and ventilation, automated lighting and heating to maximise energy efficiency.
The United Kingdom's first i-House is to remain open for an extra three months - in direct response to demand from industry and the public sector.
Axis Communications, with headquarters in Sweden, and the Brazilian company I-House have launched a wireless camera monitoring system.
Mr Pearson will hear about successful projects including Birmingham and Warwick Universities' research into hydrogen as a fuel source and the i-house created by Medilink with support from AWM to explore the range of products and systems that can support assisted living in the home.
The clever i-House, which is the first of its kind in Britain, is aimed at helping elderly and disabled homeowners maximise energy efficiency and easily navigate around their homes.
A Victorian terraced property has been transformed into a modern marvel and dubbed the i-House because it's intelligent enough to turn lights on, adjust the heating and even turn the taps off all by itself (courtesy of its computer brain).