The Bamboo House is the first architect-designed and certified passive house in France, with a design incorporating numerous innovations. In this solid timber structure, technical and aesthetic aspects combine to form a unified whole: for example, the foldaway sunshades on the south-facing façade are integral elements of the basic architecture. The outer shell is entirely covered with cut-to-measure bamboo poles threaded onto steel wires ~ Karawitz Architecture
Like the wooden lean-to part of the building, makes it look like an agricultural building which fits well into the landscape. Like the stone wall that is incorporated into the design, makes a nice feature and mixes traditional with modern design.