Perhaps for countries who have a lot of cash-strapped families under them, this concept design by architect Ruez Larrea could spur up some ideas for affordable and eco-friendly housing. Called the Solar Chamber, Larrea offers something different with this structure.
The whole building complex was designed to follow the sun together with endless screens to block the sun’s glares that are responsible for rising temperature. The units were built in Spain, neatly patterned to allow them to naturally offer hot and cold temperatures on practically any day.
The resulting reduction in carbon output is estimated to be upwards of 87%, and the achievement is the result of tried and true materials and design techniques focused on limiting costs for the low-income families that will occupy the units