To reduce the energy use of this home in Ath, Belgium, architect Bruno Jourquin designed the property to maximise ‘passive’ heat sources such as natural light, human body warmth, and electrical appliances.
To make the most of the building’s great orientation, high insulation aluminium windows and doors were fitted to draw in as much natural light as possible and retain the heat produced.
The house’s subtle contemporary design highlights how modern properties are able to be environmentally friendly without any obvious outward expression of sustainability.
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