The Passive Solar House in Nikaia, Greece, is a completely green home designed by Christina Zervò Architects.
Structured in two separate cubes, only connected by a glass bridge, this home is equipped with solar panels for energy storage and finishes and furnishings made from recycled materials. In addition, the energy consumption is kept low by the presence of LED lighting.
Some interior elements are curious: the ceiling a yellow “Swiss cheese”, the industrial elements visible in the living room, the chandeliers of art. Really imaginative and welcoming nursery and decidedly contemporary (with a bed almost futuristic) the master bedroom.
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