Nestled away in the English countryside, this addition to the eco housing movement looks as though it has grown directly out of the ground. The design was done by architect Richard Hawkes, who was looking to create a home that stood out, but was not overly opulent. The results did not disappoint, and this eco-friendly abode exudes a warm and cozy aesthetic.
Amelia Roblin discusses the eco housing movement during her interview with Trend Hunter. More products these days are receiving an eco-friendly makeover, from cars to architecture. With global warming becoming an increasing topic of conversation, it becomes important for new products to reduce household emissions and be more sustainable. This design by Hawkes does exactly that, while still maintaining a beautiful interior and exterior.
Check out Amelia's interview here.
Amelia Roblin Finds Curved Eco Housing in the English Countryside
By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Published: Nov 9, 2012 • References: youtube