Fantastic Norway's Interconnected Homes for the Disadvantaged

By: Matt Ho - Published: Dec 3, 2010 • References: dezeen
Norwegian design studio 'Fantastic Norway' has green-lit an inspiring project that builds interconnected homes for women and children in Nuuk, Greenland.

This 'Fantastic Norway' 'House of Families' project brings different architects together to build homes in the middle of Nuuk. The idea is to build a community that is protective and inviting while teaching independent living to its residents. The entire building is also positioned in a specific angle to withstand harsh climates while absorbing heat on sunnier days. Stats for Communal Eco Architecture Trending: Older & Mild
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