Thanks to this house the architectural future has a new name – Passive Solar House.
This amazing contemporary home is one of the best architectural designs of the year.
If you are looking for something unique, beautiful, and modernistic then this home is the perfect one for you. Designed by Dick Clark Architecture this beautiful contemporary home is a sustainable passive solar design in Austin Texas. It gives us very interesting and innovative home solution ideas.
Passive solar house design
One of the most remarkable things about this home is that it has a simple structure and yet very unique appeal. You can see that the glass walls give a very nice modern look.
Modern kitchen design
The open- concept main floor has a kitchen that opens up to the two-storey living and dining area. This solution makes the atmosphere very inviting and spacious. The entertaining area is surrounded by glass-enclosed doors.
Contemporary home interior
The home interior is made is of wood that has a natural glow when the rooms are sun- soaked. The sliding glass walls open up to the pool deck. You can see how beautiful the view of the Austin city skyline is. In addition to the interior of the home – the furniture is very modern and stylish.
Modern house design
The modern house is naturally surrounded by trees which gives the architecture a very interesting “urban-oasis” look. One of the best things about this architecture is that it is also eco-sustainable. It features 3kw solar panel systems, instant hot water heaters, bio foam insulation, rain water collection and efficient mechanical systems.
Modern house design with pool
You can see that this modern home is not only incredibly beautiful, comfortable, welcoming and stylish but also very eco-friendly. Dick Clark Architecture gained my respect with this eco-efficient home. Luxury doesn’t mean lavishing natural resources and polluting, actually you can see that it is quite the opposite.
Home interior design
This is one of the best looking houses, with the best interior design and exterior surroundings that is built by architects concerned about nature’s future. They deserve gratitude…