31 Mar '16, 12pm

A dragon head-inspired cave house that's energy efficient:

The home features a large open plan living and dining area, which opens onto a cantilevered terrace. The two bedrooms are located on the second story of the home. Being partially set in a cave, the home also does not require any type of internal support columns or walls, and the architects decided to leave the space open as much as possible, resulting in a living are that can hold up to 70 people. All the furniture is also quite unique and was produced on-site out of fiberglass and polyester resin.

Full article: http://www.ecobuildingpulse.com/projects/a-dragon-head-in...

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