Posted: 09 Oct 2012 05:30 AM PDT
Dacha’s Origami Summer House is a sustainable home design created by Peter Kostelov. The designer was not asked for a special design by the client, and he created this home as a sustainable timber based home with some sustainable features provided. The special is no doors and windows on it.
The green architecture home was built for a sporty family that also love for having parties and sun. This home was designed to make the most of every drop of Russia’s infrequent summertime sunshine, but also protected from it. There are built in bathing areas that can be used when the sun shines. The roof will provide cover for kitchen, dining area and indoor shower. A mini gym is also available also.
Sustainable energy source also becomes main consideration to provide higher sustainability. This home use solar battery to provide heating for water. The wooden materials of this house are also a good factor, where they are finished in white color, which will reflect harsh sun light and protect the house from over heating.
This eco construction has unique and contemporary minimalist design compared to the usual home, especially as it has no doors and windows.
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