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Architecture September, 4 2013

Green Screen House by Hideo Kumaki Architects

Japanese architecture firm Hideo Kumaki showcase their “Green Screen House” that incorporates carefully calculated environmental design while adding to the homes beauty and functionality. The living wall creates an intimately lit outdoor living/dining space and provides for a sense of privacy. The curved home stays cool in the summer months in an enclave of vegetation and incorporates thermal design features that help reduce engery consumption, so there is no need for A/C. The architecture firm avoided straight lines in their design to create a sense of unity and seamlessness of the interior and exterior space.

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