Posted: 05 Nov 2012 04:54 AM PST
N2X035 House is a modular green architecture house designed by [N2X] Arquitectos, built in Água d’Alto, Portugal. This sustainable home is completed with sustainable features also to provide high sustainability.
This sustainable building consists of two related modules, which are overlap each other and built from the same materials, with beautiful stone walls left naturally, but differ in their limits. This idea was used to “fill” the physical emptiness existing in the ruins, located at the elevated plot.
This eco construction is completed with sustainable energy source, the solar panels. Good insulation is also available. For the water source, rainwater harvest system is also available, especially for irrigation uses.
With big windows available, natural daylighting and beautiful views of Portugal can be accessed well from this green architecture home. With simplicity of its white interior, this home offers comfort for the inhabitants.
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