Clinton Cole’s home is a sustainability beacon and design icon.
How about deconstructing the idea of what a true house of the future is? Forget those screens all over the place and a robotic voice offering breakfast, it's all much more natural than it sounds.
Created by the home's owner, architect Clinton Cole from CplusC Workshop, Welcome to the Jungle House is more than a futuristic place filled with functional designs. For the surrounding community, this is a true beacon of sustainability that is capable of producing its own food and reusing its own water.
The 3 floors are divided into living spaces, bedrooms, and a recreation area, all of which take advantage of the natural air circulation as well as light. In each room, you can see that not only are the house systems sustainable, but the choice of furniture materials follows the same ethic, as the well-chosen leather seats that bring the family together.
The architect also installed solar panels and an aquaculture system with real fish, as well as a wind turbine on the roof and an extensive vegetable garden. There they plant what they eat, which increases his children's contact with nature, and even makes life easier during social isolation.
A taste of what life can still be if we change for real.
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