This Small House Features a Carbon Footprint of 100 Square-Meters

By: Gurveer Brah - Sep 15, 2015
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This small house feature is less damaging to the environment than residences that surround it.

The team at Strachan Group Architects developed the 'Bach Studio 19' as a project that was a self-built collaboration with a group of architecture students. Located in Onemana, New Zealand, the home is very eco-conscious -- emphasizing that it only has a 100 square-meter total footprint. This small carbon footprint demonstrates the value these architects hold for being environmentally aware and respectful of their surroundings.

With a small budget, this team of architects used innovative solutions to create a summer home for a family of four. The small house is eco-friendly and maintains spatial efficiency with its carefully chosen furniture and storage solutions.