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Nature Friendly House / Sustainable House

Nature Friendly House
Nature Friendly House

"Nature friendly house" is a sustainable house that has been designed using traditional architecture elements and a way the Indians heat their houses in two floor. The first is in a doom form and the second floor which is under the ground, has the square plan. The glasses skylight is placed from ceiling to floor that provides sufficient light for the house and there is a system on the ceiling which uses Condensation of desert to change the moisture into ice. By inspiration from windward that is used in traditional houses, the ice will melted and can be used For heating and cooling the house.


Iran university of Science and technology

Iran university of Science and technology
Tehran, Iran

Talayeh Dehghani Ghotbabadi,
Iran university of Science and technology

Sara Dehghani,
Shahid Bahonar university of Kerman

Kamran Mohammadi Azad,
Isfahan university of art