Flyway View House by Jon Anderson Architecture
by Ted Savage / August 19, 2011
Via @ArchDaily, an eco-conscious house in an abundantly scenic area of Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA, was designed to maximize the view of the nature preserve to the south, and exploit passive solar and ventilation.


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"Simple sustainable materials" include galvanized steel, interior wood framing, and reinforced concrete block outer walls. The main living areas are grouped around the expansive southern view, through glass walls built with storefront components. Under-floor radiant heating leverages the passive solar gain, and forced air cooling works with passive ventilation. More at Jon Anderson Architecture. Photos: Kirk Gittings.

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