From the architectural and design team at Unsangdong Architects in collaboration with the Kolon Institute of Technology, the E + Green Home is an impressive model with ultramodern green architecture and smart energy resources.
It is a prototype that was developed a few years ago with an emphasis on environmentally responsible construction, and it was intended to be a design for future developments.
From the architects:
“The aim of E + Green Home is to suggest three e+ concepts; 1. Energy+, sustainable Energy Plus integrated with green technologies, 2. Eco+, environmental friendly housing, 3. Emotion +, housing which stimulates customer’s design emotion.”
Powered with solar panels, the home contains highly efficient insulation and ventilation systems. There is also an attention to the indoor air quality with a home monitoring base, and hundreds of sensors observe all of the high-tech equipment.
Additionally, an energy management system was installed to regulate the internal information and energy use. The home has also obtained Passive House certification.
Outside, the landscaping is meant to be functional but also to mirror the sustainable network inside the structure.
A water reuse system collects and redistributes water for indoor and outdoor use.
The interior style is minimal and shows a consideration for details, from the furniture to the finishes.
According to the creators of the project the realization of the need for a new trajectory on what a residence should offer, as well as a lifestyle design that is in synchronicity with nature, is what the focus should be for new developments.
Referring to the work as a rooftecture dwelling, the form of the home has specific assignments, instead of just decorative or wasted space.
“All the traces of civilization from architectural activities could mean ruins from the nature’s point of view. What we call civilization is producing dead architectural space and places by futuristic demands.”
By combining architecture with sustainable and natural elements, everyday components like storage, garden areas and an open atmosphere are part of the practical design.
Innovative technologies mixed with earth-friendly features can turn out original and exciting designs.
All images are © by Unsangdong Architects Corporation.
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