As Global Warming becomes a more visible and pressing issue, many industries are taking notice and taking measures to adapt. Green architectures becoming more and more visible and prevalent. Here is a consciously designed house in the Miami, Florida area that takes Global Warming into account with its design.
Oh, and it looks amazing too.
As the globe gets warmer, architects from all over the world might have to start taking cues fromthe architectural vernacular of hot regions. Studio Brillhart Architecture did just that with their breezy minimal pavilion-home, which takes inspiration from Tropical Modernism. Immersed in a lush Miami forest, the Brillhart Residence is lifted off the ground to avoid rising sea levels and has a full front facade shielded by wooden shutters to help control heat and provide privacy.
Breezy Brillhart Residence is designed to withstand global warming by Ana Lisa for Inhabitat