This Piece from the ‘Belgravia Green House' Project is Ima

By: Senduran Bhakthakumaran - Published: Apr 14, 2012 • References: architecture4us & materialicious
Sustainable fortresses have become a highly popular topic of construction for home designers and the movement has given birth to extravagant pieces such as this on from the ‘Belgravia Green House’ project. This home is entirely sustainable. Completely self-sufficient, with a net-zero energy consumption reading. It reduces needs to fossil fuels and provides opportunities for highly efficient uses of large amounts of generated energy.

The challenge with this home wasn’t just making it Mother Nature’s best friend, but also to keep it up with guidelines of modern development. It has a geothermal heating system that is supported through an electric baseboard heating system and air source heat pump. That’s just a single feature among the many well thought-out benefits of this completely green home. Stats for Energy-Replacing Eco Abodes Trending: Older & Average
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