A design firm from Spain raised a wooden modular home that consumes over 76% less energy for heating than a traditional home. Besides being home helps to keep domestic spending under control, the house looks very interesting and it fits perfectly into the landscape.
Company Alventosa Morell Arquitectes made wooden house in six modules. The architects used in lifting and arranging them the rules of construction of passive houses without compromising comfort.
"We did a study where we established bioclimatic design strategies always having to face two key elements: comfort and regulations on energy consumption of passive houses," said one of the designers on Arch Daily.
A key element of the house is the space that joins the six modules. Modules behave like solar collectors during the winter, thus warming the inside. Summer turns into a covered terrace with numerous ways to get to the garden.
The house has 111 square meters, is made of natural materials. It was built in 2013. (Source: ArchDaily)
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