Villa Sera is an Airy Solar-Powered Greenhouse Home
Posted By sezaff On October 2, 2012 @ 2:20 pm In Architecture,Reader Submitted Content,Solar Power,Sustainable Building | No Comments
Villa Sera is a futuristic, self-sustained structure that harnesses its power from solar panels, collects rainwater and uses graywater for plants. Designed by Design Nobis , the home features steel and glass elements to form a strong, modern and spacious building. The home’s greenhouse allows for organic farming, and the hope is that the homeowners can reduce their carbon footprints by growing their own food.
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