Unique houseINhouse in Sweden
The unique houseINhouse wooden house in Sweden is almost self-sufficient when it comes to energy, water, and nutrition. The house was built by integrating an unheated greenhouse with well-insulated, heated housing modules. The greenhouse protects the heated modules and reduces energy loss while creating a Mediterranean-like climate with an extended growing season for the plant beds on the roof terrace.
The greenhouse is only heated by the sun, and the temperature varies from around zero degrees in winter to up to 35 degrees. This makes it possible to grow a wide range of plants, even in the cold Swedish climate.
Energy-efficient, sustainable, and atmospheric
The design of the house is not only sustainable and energy-efficient, but it also creates a pleasant and cozy atmosphere. The wood used to build the house creates a warm and inviting feeling. The house also has large windows and open spaces that provide plenty of natural light and a sense of spaciousness.
This houseINhouse wooden house is an example of how to build a sustainable and energy-efficient home that does not compromise on design and comfort.
150 m² uninsulated houseINhouse
Roof pitch: 33°
Glass: 4 mm toughened safety glass
Climate control: Temperature control of windows in roof
Location: Skåne, Sverige
Area: 150 m²
Developer: Private customer
Construction and assembly: Drivadan A/S