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There are so many different types of incredible, low carbon Eco-Friendly houses out there. Let’s inspect these 10 eco-friendly house designs. We can’t stop fantasizing about these beauties.

1.     Eco-Friendly Houses – A zero-bills house in Kent

How to build an eco-friendly house
How to build an eco-friendly house (Source OVO energy)
How to build an eco-friendly house
How to build an eco-friendly house (Source OVO energy)

This German inspired, £1.5 million home was designed with the purpose of creating zero utility bills. Thus, there are no bills at all. This is done via top-notch insulation, solar panels, and a home energy storage system.

2. Eco-Friendly Houses – The Meera Sky Garden House, Singapore

Sky Garden House
Sky Garden House (Source Archello)
Attractive and luxury sky garden house Architecture
Attractive and luxury sky garden house Architecture (Source Architecture Design)

This amazing eco-friendly home makes use of a green roof. At the same time, it has gardens on every level. It looks beautiful. It is also designed to have plenty of natural ventilation. As a result, there’s no need for air-conditioning.

3.    The Meadow House in Ontario

How to build an eco-friendly house
How to build an eco-friendly house (Source OVO energy)
Meadow House
Meadow House (Source Pinterest)

This is the work of architect Ian Macdonald. Further, is protected from strong winds, and other extreme weather with its low profile. 

4.    The most futuristic street in Leeds

How to build an eco-friendly house
How to build an eco-friendly house (Source OVO energy)
Eco homes become hot property in UK
Eco homes become hot property in UK (Source The Guardian)

There are 60 low-energy homes on this innovative street in the north of England. Every single one uses up to 10 times less energy than a typical house.

5.    The compact Eco-capsule

How to build an eco-friendly house
An eco-friendly house (Source OVO energy)
Space by eco capsule
Space by eco capsule (Source Inhabitat)

The Eco-capsule is an off grid micro home. It is in the shape of an egg. It generates its own power from the wind and sun. Additionally, it collects rainwater on its surface.

6.    This community house in Vietnam

How to build an eco-friendly house
Build an eco-friendly house (Source OVO energy)
Suoi Re Village community house in Vietnam
Suoi Re Village community house in Vietnam (Source Inhabitat)

This comprises of rainwater collection facilities, solar power, and geothermal heating. Therefore, there is nothing that this spacious, sustainable bamboo building can’t do.

7.    Eco-Friendly Houses – A bridge or a House

Adelaide Convention Centre
Adelaide Convention Centre (Source Adelaide Convention Centre)
Adelaide to host premier agri-food festival
Adelaide to host premier agri-food festival (Source Spice News)

This is a bridge and at the same time, it is a house. This striking structure is in Adelaide, Australia. It makes the most of sunlight and ventilation. Hence, it avoids the need for heating and air-conditioning.

8.    Going underground in Switzerland

Building an eco-friendly house
Building an eco-friendly house (Source OVO energy)
Villa Vals
Villa Vals (Source Uniq Hotels)

The Vals House is closely resembling a rabbit’s burrow. It’s nestled deep into the side of a Swiss hill. Moreover, the surrounding earth keeps the house at a steady temperature. At the same time, large windows let in loads of light. 

9.    An apartment complex in West Hollywood

How to build an eco-friendly house
Build an eco-friendly home (Source OVO energy)
West Hollywood community housing Corporation
West Hollywood community housing Corporation (Source West Hollywood community housing Corporation)

It is not necessary for eco-houses to be in the countryside. This Sierra Benita Apartment Block in LA was designed with both environment and income in mind. And also, it features solar power, eco-heating and an internal bamboo forest!

10.    A Passive House in the English countryside

an eco-friendly house
an eco-friendly house (Source OVO energy)
Staith Cottage
Staith Cottage (Source Cottages.com)

This home is in Stalham Staithe, Norfolk. It was designed and built with Passive House principles at its core. In addition, it’s a spacious, beautiful house. On the other hand, it’s fully sustainable. 

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