Gallery: 12 Staggered Green Roof Homes in Korea Bloom Create a Seasonal...

Deep overhangs keep solar gain to a reasonable minimum
Deep overhangs keep solar gain to a reasonable minimum

The designers took advantage of the site’s steep slope by staggering the twelve green-topped units, which has the additional benefit of ensuring that each home has views of the surrounding valley. And although we’re not in love with so much sameness, at least each of the units has a beautiful green roof and two terraces that reinforce their connection to nature. There’s no risk that these roofs will become as overgrown as these awesome Norwegian homes featured previously.

Giant windows bring in plenty of natural lighting, keeping electricity consumption to a minimum, while generous overhangs keep solar gain at a comfortable level. Superstar architects Joel Sanders has teamed up with other firms before: check out this sprawling eco-community they designed for a site just outside of Palm Springs.

+ Joel Sanders Architect

+ Haeahn Architecture

Via CoolBoom


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