The Cluny House combines nature and technology (13 HQ Photos)

The Clunny House (located in Singapore) used photovoltaic cells and solar water heaters together with design for passive cooling and cross ventilation to help limit energy usage (copy + paste). The house also has irrigation tanks and roof gardens to collect and recycle rainwater. What does it all mean? This house is nails. Both beauty and energy efficiency make it one of a kind.
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  • Yeahbeer

    Eh its ok wasn't to impressed.

  • Rob

    This is extremely cliche but if there was one location where I would get high from weed it'd be that place, Go in for some fresh water than go out and sit on that tree island be amazing

  • medtxpack

    dont they have tigers and shit in Singapore. seems like some crazy ass animal could jsut walk up into your bathroom while your doin business and kill yo ass!

  • moeshere Foxdale

    For me that looks like shit….but thats me..

  • Crazy Blak Guy!!!!

    Hide yo kids!!! Hide yo ass from being butt raped by crazy tigers!!!

  • northerner

    Like the design of the house, the straight lines and vertical columns. Nice open-air style. However, the grounds look like they'd be high maintenance. You would spend a lot of time just keeping gorp out of the ponds. All that landscaping is not "set it and forget it". Nice concept, though. I'd go for the photovoltaic cell power. It would be great to be "off grid".

    • Anonymous

      northerner, if someone could afford a house like this i guarantee that they have people to maintain the landscaping…

  • Simon

    so gonna make this in minecraft lol

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