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Eco-Friendly Coastal House Invisible From A Distance

Fri, Jul 18, 2014 | Waterfront home designs

Today blending homes into landscapes is a hot trend in architecture as it looks harmonious and doesn’t spoil the natural look. Casa Till by WMR Arquitectos is located on the Chilean coast and was designed so that from a distance it would not be visible. The roof of Casa Till is level with a small hill in front of it and a path leads from the hill directly...Continue Reading...


Eco-Friendly Modern Rustic Resindence In Colorado

Fri, Jun 15, 2012 | Modern home designs

Eco-friendly materials are very popular because they don’t do any harm to our health and look amazingly natural. This Reed Residence by studio Robert Hawkins Architects in Colorado is right of these materials. This striking home reminds of a giant barn of wood and glass, the architecture is very original. The house is energy efficient, the wood for timber...Continue Reading...


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...


Modern Affordable Eco-Friendly Home by Case Architects

Wed, Nov 25, 2009 | Sustainable house designs

Designed by Case Architects, Columbia City Green is a houses project in a walking distance to Columbia City shops, restaurants, farmer’s markets, schools, library, movie theater Genesee Park, grocery stores, Edmunds Light Rail Station, bus lines, and other things. The price of such home is $699,000 what isn’t so big for 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bath house...Continue Reading...


Small Iron Wood Prefab Houses with Butterfly Roof in Thailand

Thu, Aug 27, 2009 | Prefab home designs

TYIN Tegnestue is a group of student architects which designed Soe Ker Tie Hias project in Noh Bo, Tak, Thailand. The project’s name translation is “Butterfly houses”. The project includes 6 small prefab houses made of iron wood (tropic timber). These houses provide accommodation for 50 local children. The project earned its name because...Continue Reading...

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Crossway – Zero Carbon House in UK

Sat, Mar 28, 2009 | Going Green, Sustainable house designs

This two weeks ago finished house is the new eco-home in UK which shows the combination of the latest technologies for energy saving with techniques dating back to medieval times. Technique of construction was used for the first time in Spain in 1382, known as the Catalan vault system. Low arch made of many layers of bricks glued to each other, with...Continue Reading...