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House in Rural Japan Maximizes the Use of Natural Light, Airflow, and Natural Surroundings

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Designed by Fujiwaramuro Architects and located in rural Tokushima, Japan, this Hanoura house provides a seamless transition between the inside and outside with a primary focus on natural cross-ventilation, minimizing the need for lighting and utilities. You’ll also notice the wide open main living space is entirely curtain-free, one benefit to living in such a secluded area.

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“Apelle” is a Cozy Wooded Home in Finland That Resembles a Stranded Boat

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Located in Karjaa, Finland, “Apelle” is a wooden home by architect Marco Casagrande that resembles a cozy one-family home as much as it does a stranded boat in the middle of the woods. It may be rurally located in a country known for harsh, icy winters, but geothermal energy keeps it warm and cozy without the use of dirty energy sources.

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Stone House in the Swiss Mountains Gets an Energy-Efficient Upgrade

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Located in the Swiss Mountains, this gorgeous 200-year-old home has received a variety of energy-efficient, sustainable upgrades by Savioz Fabrizzi Architects, who sought to maintain the home’s original beauty while achieving Swiss Minergie energy conservation standards.

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