Today we’ve found an amazing home situated on the shores of the Colorado River in Texas, USA. It impressed us the moment we saw it, so we were eager to share it with you.

The nontraditional project is called the Edgeland House and it was inspired by the old Native American „pit-house” – a kind of a home almost buried underground.

The modern re–interpretation of the old American housing also takes advantages of the earth’s mass to keep the dwelling warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer.

The designers from Bercy Chen Architecture Studio have not only created the house with unique intense angles outside, but have also provided the interior with the latest technology such as geothermal heat exchange and thermal heat storage.

The things we like the most are the bold vaulted ceilings and the green roof all covered with grass. Not to miss the smart infinity pool too! Incredible, don`t you think?

The Unique Edgeland House Edgeland House night view Edgeland House by night Edgeland House's glass walls House with a green roof Edgeland House by day Edgeland House's swimming pool Edgeland House facade Entry to Edgeland House Edgeland House patio Contemporary interiors of Edgeland House House underground floor plan Edgeland House - green features diagram
Photography by Paul Bardagjy

Published in: Architecture, Houses | Author: Yanita