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Architecture 0 rating 2.94 / 5  |  1073 votes

Villa Sera by Hakan Gürsu of Designnobis

 

Villa Sera is a self-sustained structure that harnesses its power from solar panels, collects rainwater and uses gray water for plants. Design is structured with steel and glass elements to form a strong, modern and spacious building. Greenhouse parts that allow organic farming and plant growing support biodiversity with its innovative heat and air circulation. Also aiming to reduce carbon footprint and energy consumption, Villa Sera sets up a micro-cosm to contribute our ecological system.

Designer: Hakan Gürsu (Turkey)

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