Desino Earle's 'Eco House' Recycles Rainwater, Has Hidden Solar Panels

By: Going Like Sixty - Published: Feb 28, 2009   Updated: Aug 2 2011 • References: d-earle & igreenspot
Solar panels aren't the prettiest things for neighbors to view. This eco-friendly home in Spain designed by Desiño Earle tries to conceal the panels by putting them on the slope of the roof.

The 'Eco House' also uses water to cool the living area by running a canal through the home with reclaimed rainwater. Grey water is recycled via a tank in the basement, and the solar power fulfills the electrical needs.

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