Home design DIY Kids Weddings Fashion and Style
 
RSS
Follow on Twitter

Sustainable house designs archive

Sustainable House With Raw Stone Exterior

Fri, Oct 8, 2010 | Sustainable house designs

Camel Quarry House is built on the footprint of the burnt out ruin of the original house. The site features great views of natural landscape and blends with it very well thanks to the exterior done in raw stones combined with several wood inserts. Its form is simple – a rugged face reflecting the quarry and estuary and a smoother façade facing the more...Continue Reading...

{ 0 comments }      , , , , , , , , ,
 
Advertisement

Sustainable House with Large Expanses Of Glass – Flyway View House by Jon Anderson

Sat, Sep 11, 2010 | Sustainable house designs

The Flyway View House is designed by Jon Anderson Architecture and located in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The design’s concept was to maximize views of the bird habitat and to take advantage of solar exposure and passive ventilation. Simple sustainable materials and the thoughtful use of glass blends the indoor and outdoor living spaces. Overhangs...Continue Reading...

{ 2 comments }      , , , , , , ,
 
Advertisement

Sustainable Wooden Home with Glazed Wall That Highlight The Parking Lot

Casa Schierle is a relatively small wooden house designed by Matthias Benz and is located in a beautiful village near Munich, Germany. It’s designed with sustainability in mind and serves very well for contemporary lifestyles of its owners. The exterior color palette is quite dark what makes it different from surrounding houses and make it noticeable...Continue Reading...

{ 2 comments }      , , , , , , ,
 

Lego-Like Small Houses Based on Prefabricated 15 Sqm Modules

Fri, Aug 20, 2010 | Sustainable house designs

One+ is a small home modular system designed by Lars Frank Nielsen of the Danish studio ONEN for the Swedish company Add-A-Room. It allows to build small homes or additions to existing ones based on prefabricated 15 square meter modules. These modules are made of high-quality local Swedish materials and has stylish, energy efficient and future-proof design....Continue Reading...

{ 1 comment }      , , , ,
 

Sustainable Clad House Blended with Surroundings – Hidden House by Standard

Sat, Aug 14, 2010 | Sustainable house designs

Hidden House by Standard Architecture is located on a serene 7-acre site in the Mount Washington area of Los Angeles. It’s a great example of open to outdoors house. It features two courtyards. The living space opens up to one of them, while the second one looks out over the city. The 3500 square feet home is made of sustainable materials including...Continue Reading...

{ 1 comment }      , , , , , , , , ,
 

Zig-Zag Single Storey Bungalow House With a Planted Roof

Lien Residence is a house in Singapore, that was designed by Singapore studio Ministry of Design. It is a single storey bungalow-type building with zig-zag shape. The shape helps it to avoid the existing trees and created small courtyard spaces that are sheltered from the weather but allow the entry of light and breezes to the interior and basement level....Continue Reading...

{ 5 comments }      , , , , , , ,
 

Sustainable House Design on an Artificial Island – Blue House by FARO Architecten

Tue, Jul 20, 2010 | Sustainable house designs

The Blue House is designed by Dutch architect Pieter Weijnen of FARO Architecten. It’s located on Steigereiland, one of seven artificial islands dredged from Amsterdam’s lJ Lake in IJburg. Its color reminds deep-blue waters that surround it and that’s how it gets its name. The house designed with sustainable use of energy in mind. The...Continue Reading...

{ 4 comments }      , , , , ,
 

Sweden House With Passive Heating – Villa Nyberg by Kjellgren Kaminsky

Sun, Jul 4, 2010 | Sustainable house designs

Villa Nyberg is an part of the first series of Sweden passive houses designed Kjellgren Kaminsky. It’s designed as environmentally friendly house and is situated in Borlänge, central Sweden. The idea of passive houses is based on the knowledge that people and household equipment generate a lot of energy. That’s why passive houses are extremely...Continue Reading...

{ 2 comments }      , , , , , ,
 

Very Modern Yet Not Minimalist House Design – Skywave House by Coscia Day

Who said that very modern house design should be minimalist? Skywave House by Coscia Day shows that isn’t exactly true. The 2,250 square feet house and is set on a 40 ft wide suburban lot in Venice, California. It’s main distinctive feature is a sculptural roof that reminds a breaking wave, which is suspended in time and space and floats over a...Continue Reading...

{ 4 comments }      , , , , , , , ,
 

1840’s Victorian House Remodeled Into Zero Carbon House

Sun, May 30, 2010 | Sustainable house designs

Designed by John Christophers of Associated Architects as a family home this house is a winner of RIBA award for architectural excellence in 2010. It’s an unique zero carbon project located in inner city Birmingham, UK. The new house has been built around an existing early Victorian two-bedroom semi-detached house, produces as much energy as it...Continue Reading...

{ 6 comments }      , , , , , , , ,