BIG Architects’ Hill House has a Garden on Top

by , 12/08/10

bjarke ingels, hill house, m2 homes, green roofed home, green roof, sustainable architecture, green building

Under the green roof sits a simply-designed home with an open floor plan kitchen, living room, and dining room — all of which face the side of the house with large glass windows, providing views out into the yard and to the south. Three bedrooms, a utility room and bathrooms line the back wall of the house, which is covered with a wooden facade for protection from the wind. Each room in the back opens up onto the shared living spaces.

Outside, another green-roofed structure serves as a carport and storage area. All M2 houses offer a degree of flexibility when it comes to materials, design and size — rooms, bathrooms and storage can all be customized to accommodate each family. The first Hill House for M2 homes was completed back in 2007.

+ M2 Homes

+ Bjarke Ingels Group

Images © BIG and M2

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  1. Roman Grunner December 10, 2010 at 5:17 am

    In which city is this building standing? Cant find anything else then Danemark

  2. ecover blog December 8, 2010 at 8:16 am

    Love it! Reminds us of our factory in Belgium! Thanks for sharing!
    -Deb for Ecover

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