Browsing articles tagged with " concrete material"

Rubble-Bubble: A Dome Made Of Recycled Materials

Recycling items is challenging, as materials used are generally considered useless. However, the shallow thinking about supposed to be discarded materials does not affect Gert Eussen. He was able to reclaimed the used pebbles or bricks in their restructured garden and was able to create a sustainable small dome from it. Aside from the reclaimed pebbles, recycled woods are also used to create the dome’s door. Though the dome measure short and small and cannot be considered as a real home, the designer thinks that it is highly possible to build houses using the same reclaimed materials. Since pebbles and bricks are normally made of clay, the Rubble Bubble dome surely feel cold inside even when its scorching hot outside.

Rubble Bubble

Rubble Bubble

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Villa Bio : Modern House With Green Roofing

Modern housing designers nowadays are not concerned about the design itself anymore, but also they are concern about how they can help save the earth through their designs. The Villa Bio by Enric Ruiz-Geli is just one of the modern houses of today that has various eco-friendly features. And one of the Villa’s eco-friendly feature is its green roofing. The Villa Bio’s roof is covered with natural plants, which promotes a close encounter with nature and a fresher atmosphere of the house. The Villa’s façade uses concrete material, which is known low-cost building material. In addition, the Villa Bio has an interior landspace of glass allowing the natural sunlight to come in.

Villa Bio

Villa Bio

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