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Architect Ephraim-Henry Pavie Creates an Aesthetically Eco-Friendly Home

 - Mar 27, 2012
References: pavie & biomorphism.org
Here is another brand new elegant and futuristic free-shaped house by the architect Ephraim-Henry Pavie. The non-geometric structure is entirely hand-made by the architect and his team. It stands as a Sci-fi, biomorphic solar green house, dominating the valley and over looking the Mediterranean sea shore from its 3,250-foot height.

Pavie strongly believes that solar energy photo-voltaic panels must have constitutive elements of the design concept, instead of appearing as simple, technical, non-aesthetic additions. This piece of architecture has naturally grown in an improvisation as an organic system according to the eco-friendly needs of the modern consumer.

The curvaceous structure is a combination of aerodynamic volumes. Each room is equipped with curved panoramic bay windows shaped like sunglasses. It seems like they are looking for the sunset daily super show over the sea.