The ONG&ONG 72 Sentosa Cove House is Eco-Friendly

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Published: Jul 2, 2011 • References: ong-ong & contemporist
This ONG&ONG 72 Sentosa Cove House is a green gargantuan wonder. The massive architectural masterpiece combines the elegance of structure with the free-flowing poise of the surrounding environment.

The ONG&ONG 72 Sentosa Cove House looks stunning from the outside, and it's hard to tell that the inside contains so much greenery. The house is surrounded by a luscious green landscape, so it's quite fitting that the designers decided to incorporate this into the living space of the house. The back also features a luxurious swimming pool, allowing the residence members to cool off at any opportunity. No matter how warm it gets, however, the main attraction at this house is its eco-friendly design.

Implications - Consumers are becoming more and more concerned about the environment, and designs such as this allow customers to feel empowered that they are lessening their carbon footprint. Companies should think about how their products offer eco-friendly designs. Stats for Grassy Green Abodes Trending: Older & Warm
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