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

The beautiful modern home uses just 1/5 the amount of energy that a traditionally built home would use, thanks to the arced roof and the materials used. Behrooz has long been a fan of the airplane hangar-like design, seeing the building type as one with
The beautiful modern home uses just 1/5 the amount of energy that a traditionally built home would use, thanks to the arced roof and the materials used. Behrooz has long been a fan of the airplane hangar-like design, seeing the building type as one with many applications. The design resonated with Stansel and Marek, as the property sits below a flight path.

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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.