House in Dunaujvaros by ZSK Architects
by Harry / August 10, 2012
Via @archdaily, a sustainable house in Dunaujvaros, Hungary in a former agricultural area with sparsely lying, whitewashed, tiled roofed farmhouses.


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Sustainability is a main organizing idea of the house, featuring "green roofs, thick masonry and ventilation gap behind the reused brick cladding, the sliding expanded metal sun protection, the additional biomass fireplace with hot water circulation system and the invisible vacuum tube suncollectors on the rooftop". More at ZSK Architects. Photos: Tamas Bujnovszky.

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