Eco-friendly Home Design – a Cascading Creek House
Here are an eco-friendly home design, a cascading creek house. This eco-friendly home design was very modern in natural technology. The roof is configured to create a natural basin for collecting rain water, not unlike the vernal pools found in outcrops of the Texas Hill Country. These basins make additional natural flows through the use of photovoltaics and solar hot water panels. Water, electricity and heat, which are taken from the roof to tie an extensive system that uses climate conditioning pumps and loops radiant heat source to supply both heating and cooling system for the residence. The climate system is connected to ground geothermal loops, as well as pools and water features, thus establishing a system of heat exchange that minimizes dependence on electricity or gas. In addition to technology, the shape and location of the house subtly addresses the American social discusses suburbia. The surprisingly low profile of the house from the street offers a critical alternative to the morphology of massive suburban homes in Texas and one looks down upon the roofs to collect water from the house into the street. In contrast to the unassuming face the street, the residence offers generously to the desert below, embracing nature without overloading it. Let’s see this eco friendly home design pictures below.
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