Urban Green House Performed By SALA Architects
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Urban Green House Performed By SALA Architects
© Troy Thies
Urban Green House Performed By SALA Architects
© Troy Thies
Urban Green House Performed By SALA Architects
© Troy Thies
Urban Green House Performed By SALA Architects
© Troy Thies
Urban Green House Performed By SALA Architects
© Troy Thies
Urban Green House Performed By SALA Architects
© Troy Thies
Urban Green House Performed By SALA Architects
© Troy Thies
Urban Green House Performed By SALA Architects
© Troy Thies
Urban Green House Performed By SALA Architects
© Troy Thies
Urban Green House Performed By SALA Architects
© Troy Thies
Urban Green House Performed By SALA Architects
© Troy Thies

Architects Eric Odor and Chris Meyer from SALA Architects studio have designed a private house called Urban Green and located in Minneapolis city (Minnesota, the USA). The residence has 210 sq. meters and costed $500 000. It was also awarded according to the LEED certificate program for green technologies. The building has three bedrooms, a cozy living room, which is connected with a kitchen and dining room, and a separate garage. The interior demonstrates the eclectic mix of traditional and modern elements, which correspond with the customer`s preferences. There is also a passive solar heating, plenty of natural light and ventilation and bamboo floor in the building. These solutions make the house incredibly cozy and compliant with modern ecologic requirements.

Photos by Troy Thies

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