Another impressive modern dwelling is on the show and you should not give it a miss for sure. The contemporary house is really different and have some distinctive qualities compared to the others. It is built on the principles of passive homes. Situated in Amsterdam’s Steigereiland neighborhood, the house features a great deal treat of wooden accents.
FARO as the designer in charge really knows how to deal with a modern space and make it a homey space that can rejuvenate and refresh it dweller at all cost. It has an energy neutral residence based on to the principles of cradle to cradle. It means that the house uses decomposed materials which can be used in another product.
The designer did an experiment on the ground in order to achieve sustainable structure out of it. In another words, it is a healthy and environment-friendly house that exudes cozy and warm vibes as the clients expect. The house is an organic one using insulation materials like wood pulp to gel with modern materials which is commonly used in the petrochemical industry.
The most apparent part of the house is the striking use of wood and wood. This is an energy neutral home that requires no heat energy. The house is inspired by the work of Japanese known architect Terunobu Fujimoro. It was the first house that received the Passief Bouwen certificate for both the design and the execution of the plans in the Netherlands.