As the mankind starts realizing more and more that most of the Earth’s resources – vital in the contemporary world we live in – are not inexhaustible, alternatives start showing up. It’s quite a trend to use solar panels and other sustainable choices in the trying of minimizing the use of traditional forms of energy for a better preservation.
Experimental Bioclimatic House is the self-sufficient home which tries to avoid hurting the environment, by using solar panels and wind energy for hot water and electricity. This ecologic project is located in Granadilla, Canary Islands, Spain, and completed by Jose Luis Rodriguez Gil Architects in 2010.
Despite the accentuate attention given to a green, sustainable lifestyle and the architecture centered on making this possible, this four bedroom house isn’t in a lack of style. There were no compromises made in here, as the tasteful modern approach speaks for itself.