This Eco-Friendly Brazilian Home Was Assembled In Less Than One Month

 - Sep 4, 2018
References: & homeadore
A Brazilian home design startup by the name of SysHaus has well and truly captured the eye with the unveiling of its eponymous flatpack home, which was constructed in only 28 days while adhering to strict sustainability requirements.

The SysHaus makes no compromises in terms of its amenities and commitment to the environment, boasting a photovoltaic solar array, an organic gas generator and a rainwater harvesting mechanism, in addition to other high-tech green technologies. The flatpack home also features an intelligent aesthetic that aims to bridge the visual divide between the interior and the surrounding neighborhood, an effect that is achieved using open-concept rooms and massive sliding doors.

Quick to assemble and showcasing an unerring faithfulness to eco-friendly architecture, the SysHaus showcases the promise of eco-friendly prefabricated homes.