Posted: 24 Feb 2013 02:52 AM PST
WFH House was made from sustainable materials, recycled shipping containers. This will sustainable home building was designed by Arcgency in Wuxi, China. The house is designed in modular building and can be customized to fit with climates, sites, and layouts.
The eco construction was designed by adopting Nordic-style home design with some considerations, such as sustainability, flexibility, playfulness, minimalist, good access to the nature, durability, etc. It was built from three 40′ shipping containers, with modular concept. The system can be adapted with the local condition, such as harsh climate or earthquake.
Some sustainable materials were involved in this home, such as bamboo materials for facade and other uses, lush greenery for the green roof, creating natural insulation, etc. Flexibility was provided from the beginning of the design process, where the users may choose the layout by their preferences. Natural daylighting is very concerned by providing an array of skylights in the central space. The other sustainable feature is solar panels that will provide efficient energy for the house.
This sustainable architecture house may provide affordable and sustainable housing solution.
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