Sustainable Residential Architecture – a “butterfly” roof

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Modern two-story, 2800 square foot house -.- RainShine called for innovative design features, a “butterfly” roof that hangs on the continued clerestories allows for day-wet in it. Invert the unique nature of the wing system to collect rainwater for recycling, while also putting a roof mounted photovoltaic cells south to take advantage of sustainable solar energy. Under the roof is environmentally friendly, sustainable architecture is a broad feature thermal glass, and thick walls that naturally maintain a comfortable internal environment. According to the architect, “RainShine constructed under LEED for Homes Program Pilot Rating System. RainShine House is also ENERGY STAR and EarthCraft-certified, so the design is clean and green around the house. Robert M. Cain

Sustainable Residential Architecture Design

Sustainable Residential Architecture Design

Sustainable Residential Architecture Design

Sustainable Residential Architecture Design

Sustainable Residential Architecture Design

Sustainable Residential Architecture Design

Sustainable Residential Architecture Design

Sustainable Residential Architecture Design

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Sustainable Residential Architecture – a “butterfly” roof
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