Cluny House by Guz Architects

Architects: Guz Architects
Location: Singapore
Year: 2009
Area: 16,200 sqft / 1505 sqm
Photo courtesy: Patrick Bingham Hall
Description:

Photovoltaic cells and sun powered water warmers are utilized together with configuration for aloof cooling and cross ventilation to decrease vitality use.

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Watering system tanks and rooftop gardens gather and reuse water; and the utilization of materials, for example, reused teak and manufactured timber includes warmth without trading off the limited assets of our surroundings.

Cluny-House-02The house is laid out around a focal water court that structures the point of convergence of the venture. Lavishly planted rooftop greenery enclosures encompass this and add such that nature is apparent in all aspects of the house.

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In spite of the fact that the house is cutting edge – utilizing best in class EIB frameworks, photovoltaic cells, security frameworks – these are coordinated prudently and work with the common habitat of the house as opposed to against it.

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This incorporation of innovation and nature merits uncommon notice in a convincing outline that could reasonably turn into the model for economical liv

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