Suoi Re Village Community House in Vietnam Built from Rammed Earth and Bamboo

by , 01/12/11

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A wide, green veranda acts as a green cushion and the ground floor utilizes concave slopes for geothermal heating and cooling – the building can avoid east-north monsoon winds which are dry and cold in the winter, while alternatively taking advantage of east-south winds to cool the interior in the summer. Solar cell, rainwater and geothermal systems are just a few of the initiatives taken to make this an energy efficient design.

In a community where everyone constructs their own home, Kiến Việt is hoping that the community center can be a model of green design that all his neighbors can be inspired by and build upon.

+Kiến Việt

via ArchDaily

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  1. cjolou August 7, 2012 at 1:50 am

    this is beautiful..

  2. valéria moura July 20, 2011 at 12:51 pm

    achei esta idéia muito interessante,desenvolvo um trabalho em uma comunidade que sofre com a desigualdade social,e possuo uma área de 5.0000m2 no mesmo local,onde penso em formar uma pequena vila com autosustentabilidade para mais ou menos 15 famílias,seguindo o modelo corretamente ecologico.Que acham dessa idéia?Aceito sugestões e ajuda.

  3. Kaulav February 8, 2011 at 8:30 am

    Very very interesting and innovative using local method of construction.

  4. lazyreader January 17, 2011 at 8:10 am

    I like it……..I’m expecting the Ewoks to run outside of it.

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