Gallery: Explore This Beautiful Underground Eco-Home in East Hampton

Building such a large portion of the home below ground allowed Behrooz to playful alter the naturally flat landscape. All of the soil that was moved to make room for the 4,300 square foot space became a small hill in front of the home.

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  1. Richie August 22, 2011 at 1:41 am

    The unit energy consumption may have been reduced but, being such a vast space, is still vast in absolute terms and will never balance the embodied energy in the physical materials from which the palace is contructed. Absolutely deranged.