Gallery: E+ is a Verdant South Korean Home Blanketed in Greenery and So...

 
The hope is that South Koreans, who've been growing increasingly less satisfied with concrete-clad apartments, will take a shine to the model home and decide they would like to live in a similar dwelling.

Blanketed in vegetation and energy-harvesting PV panels, the E+ Green Home doesn’t just get an E for effort – it deserves to be on the honor roll of sustainable design. Seen in Dwell Magazine’s April issue, the home, which is located about an hour outside of Seoul, looks almost unreal, like the fantasy rendering of an eco-obsessed architecture student. But the residence, a collaboration between Kolon Engineering and Construction and Unsangdong Architects, is not only real – it’s a showcase of sustainable innovation and it may very well be the greenest home in South Korea.

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