Cannon Beach Residence, A Saving Energy House Design by Nathan Good Architect

Beach house with saving energy system is very rare, but this Cannon Beach Residence have it, with green-eco house concept too, this Nathan Good Architect’s design is an environmentally friendly house. Located on the beach in Oregon, and provides more energy than he did. This was made possible thanks to a thickness of 5 kWh photovoltaic system on the roof and concrete walls 12 inches. There are also solar thermal pipes, hot water and geothermal heat pump heats and cools the air. House L-shaped and wrapped in Sitka spruce is 38 inches in diameter. Recycled materials were used in the construction and home is to use a new generation to generation are developed. It integrates nicely into a wooded hill with a green roof sedum germination. On one side of the house overlooking Haystack Rock, while others – overlooking the beach. Many windows provide the house with lots of natural light. [source]

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