Gallery: Patrice Bideau’s Bio-climactic House Is a Beautiful Abode On t...

 

A beautiful beach house is what dreams are made of, but the Bio-climactic House designed by Patrice Bideau brings forth design nirvana with its  flurry of sustainable principles employed all throughout. Settled on the shores of the Golfe du Morbihan, in Brittany, France, the spectacular home was built using organic architectural measures with a concentration on green energy components for maximum efficiency. Completed at the beginning of this year, the house takes advantage of the prevailing ocean winds and its beautiful site.

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  1. woolley.tom June 9, 2012 at 6:35 am

    Can someone explain to me how a house made out of environmentally unfriendly concrete blocks and rockwool can be described as bio climatic and ecological
    In order to justify these terms any house should be made from natural and renewable materials not synthetic and polluting ones

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