The Hyde: A multifaceted concept of eco space by IPTA. IPTA (Idris-Perrineau Town Architects), a UK company follows the philosophy of using multiple methods to design the site. So it was a finalist for the Emerging Architect Award 2011. While the design of an architecture of its structures, IPTAconsiders each sensitive site and uses his extensive knowledge have been passed to carefully consider how to establish a perfect relationship between architecture and topography available.
The Hyde is just one example of eco-space, a compact modular flexible, while IPTA has completed over 200 projects of this type of study, community building and education in the home to small retail price. In fact, to prototype manufacturing green space in the home workshop has also been created by IPTA.
“The Hyde”, a competition to win the construction of green homes is one example of sustainable architecture of the IPTA. The structure is located on a hill near Kent, United Kingdom and the coast the elements of the green roof, recycled materials and geothermal heating. The project consists of two spaces: one is the upper block, which respects the shape and size of the houses around and the other is lower block that serves as a green roof with extended upper ground level created by cut the slope. The site uses innovative structure, retaining 70 percent of green space.
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