The Jesolo Lido Pool Villa by JM Architecture Saves Money for Residences

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Published: Apr 8, 2014 • References: jma.it and contemporist
JM Architecture has designed the Jesolo Lido Pool Villa in Italy as a zero energy-costing structure. Due to the warmer weather all year round in the area, combined with the insulation and materials used, the house is set to cost absolutely nothing for energy bills.

While the low maintenance costs are an advantage, there are other clear bonuses to living in the space too. The outside area features a stunning lap pool, and the inside is equipped with state-of-the-art audio and video devices built into the walls. JM Architecture is known for its simple, flat surfaces, which is clear in this design. Even the air conditioning system is hidden away in the walls and ceiling, in order to maintain the smooth look seen throughout the Jesolo Lido Pool Villa in Italy.