While researching sustainable home design in Ontario (for a personal life-long project of mine), I stumbled upon this awesome house in Mulmur, Ontario. It was designed by a firm in Toronto called superkül and they won a prize for their wonderful piece of work. The house boast a bunch of super cool features such as
“…inert cement blocks that naturally prevent the fungi and molds, natural clay walls that require no painting, and employed a soy based sealer to finish the concrete floors and counters. In addition, there’s a green roof, heat mirror triple glazing, solar shading, passive ventilation and lighting, and a geothermal system…”— trendir.com
Photo Credits: Shai Gil.