Home Designs Published by Stela Lucija, Saturday, January 21st 2017, 09:57:01 AM.
Let’s start with the technical description first. This modular home is designed as a vacation home which occupies 1,400 sq feet land. As a vacation home, the outdoors activity is a must. So, this home is designed by Architecton and Shelter Industries with easy access to the deck. It is the place where the outdoors activity is held. Now, comes to the green feature. This home is equipped with features that can preserve the environment. First this house uses recycled material. The windows are designed to save energy. The roof is designed to collect rain water. The garden is featured with drought-resistant plants and grasses. Its modular construction is “green” too. It saves construction budget. The home itself is beautiful. We may think that the award was awarded not only because of the green features but also because it comes with fabulous design. The color combination of metallic roof, cedar timber and metallic steel beams is really charming. It is something that would make many heads lean toward it. The interior design is an exceptional beauty. You can tell the beauty of the home yourself when you see the photos. This home is a successful green building for the building is not only fully featured with green technology but also comes with architectural beauty. That’s what the architecture and technology for.
This red sea food prefab restaurant uses passive solar energy to provide 40% of the power required. Another 60% is provided by propane fuel. This restaurant uses 20 feet reused container box with interesting design. It is painted red, very striking color and more. As a sea food/fast food restaurant Muvbox serves lobster delicacies, sea food pizza, and other high quality local products. The walls are expandable and serve as deck when they open. The walls are painted with very beautiful and with sparkling color graphics of lobster pictures. The box can be deployed or vanished in two minutes. This restaurant was located in Montreal’s Old Port and had outdoor dining area for 28 people.
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