La Maison-Vague: An Earth And Plant Covered House

A house doesn’t need to have solar panels, rainwater collecting system, or uses recycled materials in order to be considered as eco-friendly. The La Maison-vague by Parisian architect Patrick Nadeau is a good example of an eco—friendly house without the solar panels and other common eco-friendly items. The only thing that this eco-house has is the unique insulation it got, wherein it uses earth and a great selection of plants. The house structure is made of wood, which is known to be a sustainable material as well. With this type of insulation, residents can save much on energy for their air-conditioner or heater.

La Maison Vague

La Maison Vague

La Maison Vague

La Maison Vague

La Maison Vague

La Maison Vague

La Maison Vague

La Maison Vague

La Maison Vague

Source: Patrick Nadeau via Dezeen


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