The house, located in Spain, functions as a single-family residence that provides privacy for each member of the household. The 198-square-meter (2,131-square-foot) house is located on a beautiful site overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Its volume is broken up into several smaller volumes that share a 409-square-foot wooden terrace.
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The main challenge was to design a zero-energy building while providing a high degree of comfort. The RM House consumes extremely small amounts of energy which it produces from renewable energy sources. It complies with the rigorous Passivhaus standard and has areduced environmental footprint thanks to efficient construction systems and materials.
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