Posted: 26 Oct 2012 07:21 AM PDT
This sustainable home building was designed by Estudio José Luis Rodríguez Gil and built in Canary Islands. It was actually built as a self-sufficient house that may create a good mix with the continuous terracing land. It is called House in Bioclimatic Experimental Urbanization.
This eco construction has some unique features, including its sloped roof with solar panels attached there to provide sustainable energy for both electricity and heating. It also has a basalt stone wall that may provide protection from sun and wind. Another renewable energy source used here are wind turbines.
The green architecture building was built by using sustainable materials, especially from locally sourced materials, such as stone and basalt insulation. It used certified timber materials, and there are no harmful materials, such as VOC compounds, PVC, etc, used in the construction. Another materil used is galvanized steel as wall material.
With all of these features, this sustainable architecture house building may provide zero carbon emisions.
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