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Today’s leading technology will help us build better homes for tomorrow today. In the future of home selection what will some of them look like? This video depicts what some of my favorite home concepts are for the homes of tomorrow! With space being limited and a scenic view being one of the most relaxing things in the world, and after all home is supposed to be relaxing the casa brutale is an awesome home built right into a cliff. Think of a reverse stilt house where they build into the cliff so the home is still on a solid foundation. The living room is a giant glass pane from roof to floor, for a beautiful view from ceiling to floor. I personally would change the roof windowpane to a solar energy collection array since I love technology but don’t want to leave such a carbon footprint. My favorite home on this list is the floating home because it gives you everything. Shekhar Shinde did a fantastic job designing this beautiful dome home on water. Mr. Shekhar took an older Eco-friendly home design, the dome home and revolutionized it with a counter weight so it can remain floating upright at all times. Take this home and anchor it out near your favorite snorkel spot to have an amazing view from your bedroom of the beautiful underwater ecosystem that you decided to make your brand new neighbors. Collect power from solar energy and live the high life in a symbiotic way with the ecosystem of the ocean.
Floating house by Shekhar Shinde Working on the same lines Indian architect Shekhar Shinde has proposed a stunning new floating home that takes inspiration from oyster shells. The eco friendly home is partially submerged in water and floats on the principles of buoyancy and a counter weight provided in the lower part of the structure.The roof of this beautifully designed home is laden with photovoltaic panels to generate all the energy the house needs. The single family home comes with a bedroom, a kitchen, an observation deck, and a bathroom, along with a lot of open space to allow the residing family to enjoy the pristine views of the sea. Isolée House Isolée House is a self-sufficient, three-level home that does not cause any harm to the environment. This small eco-friendly residence is designed to incorporate a structure like a solar tree that has photovoltaic panels to generate energy from sunlight. Thus, there is no requirement of energy from other sources in order to run this home. On the external side of this home, there are thick shutters operated by electric motors. A solar-powered computer further monitors these motors. Users can open the shutters to let the natural light enter in the home. When there is a storm expected, the shutters close automatically. Isolée House has LED lights with rechargeable batteries and uses a wood-burning stove to heating purposes. This is a zero-energy design that can be great for future living. Living Roof Pod Designed by Nau Architects, Living Roof is a self-sustaining pod home. This green home can be perched on the top of any building. This prefabricated house is equipped to generate its own electricity, and thus, this unit can be moved anywhere. It also has photovoltaic panels to capture solar energy and wind turbines to capture wind energy. There is a rainwater recycling system to provide water for housing needs.
Habitat Micro Home Concept Christened simply as the ‘Habitat’, American product designer Joe Salerno has adroitly conceived his conception as a ‘car-house’. The total scope encompasses a hybrid-like structure, with a separate car space (of 32 sq m) and a duplex space (of 100 sq m). When the Habitat is static, these two spaces fuse to become a credibly sized dwelling, with denominations like kitchen and bedroom. Finally, the conception will also not require conventional fuels, as its integrated systems will generate clean solar and wind energy. LAVA . http://www.archdaily.com/122119/home-of-the-future-lava Home of the Future Being Built On Roof Of Chinese Mall Do you already have in mind what your future home will look like? With an avant garde, fantastically futuristic design – this eerie but insanely heavenly-like home is dubbed the “Home of the Future” – incorporating technology, nature and men. The concept was designed by Australia’s Laboratory for Visionary Architecture Asia Pacific (LAVA), a visionary architecture company, giving you the feel as if you are on the set of Jurassic Park or Avatar. It is built on the roof of a furniture mall in Beijing, China. According to the press release, “LAVA’s Home of the Future is a showcase for future living, with nature, technology and man in a new harmony.” The dome was constructed using the Ethylene Tetrafluoroethylene, ETFE, a plastic designed for resistance that supports a wide range of temperatures and provides “a year-round microclimate that opens up the home to a garden filled with sunlight and fresh air.” It has “sunken bedrooms with dream inducing lighting,” “internal/external bathroom zones” and tropical indoor garden. In the evening, the place transforms into “an otherworldly experience, with the underlying technology, the electronic veins of the system, coming to life.” LAVA Director Chris Bosse says, “The Home of the Future acts as a metaphor for the questions of our times, our relationship with nature, with technology and with ourselves.”
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