House Van de Vecken by Artau Architecture
by Ted Savage / September 14, 2012
A Belgian family home with two faces, House Van de Vecken by Artau Architecture presents a linear facade on one side, running parallel to the road per zoning requirements, while multiple asymmetric openings shake things up on the south-facing other side.


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An abundance of sunlight and the fantastic view are captured on the steeply sloped lot by expanses of thermally efficient glass. The wood frame's heavily insulated passive design, solar panels, and other energy-conserving measures allow it to approach zero energy consumption. Via ArchDaily. Photos: courtesy of Artau Architecture.

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