C-shaped camouflage house with green roof
Living roofs find their place on top of the houses since ancient times and are increasingly becoming part of contemporary artistic modern architecture.
Designed by Spanish architect Jordi Fernández and Eduardo Gutiérrez this camouflage house with green roof is almost invisible to passersby from the street, which is not easy to understand that there is building among lush meadows.
The house is created with C-shaped configuration, bendable around itself and forming inner shell circulating fresh oxygen combined with good weather conditions, providing its inhabitants extremely physical space – as a place to hibernate in the grass Wonderland.
With its compact design and green exterior, the small camouflage house maximumly supports the increaseing energy efficiency.