Every building and its various components including it's interiors contains embodied energy and also consumes energy in their usage. While designing this building the challenge was to reduce the energy consumption, in order to reduce the impact on the earth. This project takes some initiative with it's green nature while celebrating its ecological integration.
Light is the most important element which has been tackled well in the architecture, thus enhancing the light quality in the interiors. The interiors follows the optimum use of natural light & ventilation and carries natural materials in their pure forms, which helps the human nature to relate with while exploring the senses of smell, touch and feel. The house is made up of only structural members, which gives birth to the spaces thus formed as Interiors.
The functional areas have been defined and divided by the use of partition furniture like wardrobes. Thus, minimizing the use of materials and making the space Recyclable & Reusable.
Most of the materials used are rapidly renewable like MDF, cane, wood, paper and cotton thus minimizing their impact on the environment.