Designed as a getaway from the hustle of the city, this minimal “Bungaloo” design by Paul Cremoux has a stripped-down feel that leaves little to be desired. A blend of low-carbon concrete, interesting textures, and beau-coups of natural sunlight compliment its raw aesthetic. Using eco-friendly materials and appliances run on methane discharges, the bungalow’s CO2 footprint is calculated to be a mere 1 ton during production and 400 kilograms per year.
To further reduce its carbon footprint, temperature control is achieved by a geothermal pipe that runs through the ground connecting directly into the concrete shell.
Designer: Paul Cremoux, source: Yanko design