The Endesa Pavilion by IaaC is a structure designed with both aesthetics and sustainability in mind. The ecologically responsible structure is made from local wood materials that are implemented with the latest in green technology.
This modern home prototype works to conserve energy, marrying form along with function. The geometric architecture piece features a stacked facade that is visually striking while maintaing its strong sense of purpose. The facade is made up of angular elements protruding out of its walls.
The team at IaaC design studio fuses traditional materials with energy-conserving photovoltaic panels, commonly used on roofs. Instead of solely applying the panels in one way, the Endesa Pavilion by Iaac goes one step further covering the home's many angular facets with the eco-friendly technology.
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