In Berkel-Enschot, Netherlands, a region known for its historic charm and scenic beauty, Joris Verhoeven Architecture introduces Fungi House, a modern and sustainable dwelling.
Showcasing a biobased facade treated with a unique fungus paint, this
About Fungi House
Easy-to-Love Eco Home Design
Here’s a home that shines with its eco-friendly features. It uses plant-based insulation and has a wood face touched up with special fungus paint. The simple yet stylish look, paired with its dark outside colors, makes it pretty and energy-smart at the same time.
This home is a big step forward for green building. It’s made with wood and flax, which are both good for the planet. These materials come from places that can grow them again quickly, so it’s a win-win. Using these means less bad stuff, like CO2, goes into the air. Also, the home is built in a way that lets it breathe, making the inside feel just right. We can expect to see more houses like this in the future.
What’s really cool about this house is the fungus paint. This new type of paint comes from black molds and is way better than old-school paints. It’s kind to the earth, breaks down over time, and gives the house a one-of-a-kind look.
Smart Energy Choices Shine
But there’s more to this house than just the paint. It’s a champ at saving energy. With top-tier tech and a smart design that follows the sun, this house makes more power than it uses. Things like solar panels, tools for warming the home, and shades you can adjust all work with thick insulation to keep energy use low. This means cheaper bills for those living there and less CO2 in the long run.
For builders and designers, it’s a reminder. They should always think outside the box and go for earth-friendly choices. After all, this home shows how smart design and the right tech make our world better.
Photography courtesy of Joris Verhoeven Architecture