Biomorphic Self-Powering House




The Biomorphic House by Pavie Architects looks much like a bunch of various sunglasses attractively attached together. It is situated 1000 meters over the Mediterranean Sea, formed to withstand winter storms perfectly and provides enough windows with transparent photovoltaic-cells to secure power sufficient for the heating, and electricity needs. This pilot project, through a self-powered water electrolyze process, converts the obtained energy to hydrogen and saves it for a future use. Later, a hydrogen powered PEM-Fuel-Cell generator can supply electricity to the house, releasing pure water and reusable heat as side-products.
Via: Tuvie.com
Biomorphic House, futuristic architecture

Biomorphic House, futuristic building

Biomorphic House, futuristic architecture

Biomorphic House, futuristic home

Biomorphic House, future architecture

Biomorphic House, futuristic architecture

Biomorphic House, futuristic design

Biomorphic House, futuristic architecture

Biomorphic House, future home

futuristic House, Biomorphic architecture

Biomorphic House, futuristic architecture

Biomorphic House, futuristic architecture


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