Orange technology for a unique and ecologically correct house
“Águas de Março” became known throughout the world as a work of art by composer Tom Jobim.
But an ambitious design project seems to have been inspired in the Brazilian pianist’s work, and shares the song’s name.
Created by the XP& Architecture studio, “Águas de Março” proposes the concept of a house combining modern design with eco-friendly innovation.
The house is entirely covered in plaques in tones of orange, which may be adjusted in order to control their inclination and thus to absorb or block heat transmissions.
This incredible orange facility is available on all three floors that divide the area into three bedrooms, one studio, and four bathrooms.
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