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Phi  Architects
Phi  Architects
Phi Architects
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Low Energy Designed House

This replacement dwelling was built on the footprint of a former bungalow. The dwelling has a super insulated roof with intergrated PV / tile and solar thermal panels. Heat recovery ventilation is used along with a woodburner to heat the home.

  • View of south facing roof with PVs and Solar thermal panels Scandinavian style houses by Phi Architects Scandinavian

    View of south facing roof with PVs and Solar thermal panels

    View from the south showing the roof with integrated PV roof tiles and solar thermal that provide hot water and electricity for the house.

  • Low energy House Scandinavian style houses by Phi Architects Scandinavian

    Low energy House

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    Built on the footprint of a former bungalow. This house has a super insulated roof with PV and solar thermal panels. A large kitchen and study are located at the front of the property and capture the south facing aspect.

  • Study by Phi Architects Scandinavian

    Study

    The study on the first floor is south facing.

    Natural materials are used for the interior of this low energy house.

  • scandinavian  by Phi  Architects, Scandinavian

    Low Energy Designed House

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