Dartmoor Eco House – Shape Architecture London

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The Devon Eco-House project is for an architecturally striking and sustainable home set in the Dartmoor national park. Part buried in the ground, a series of timber hoops are set against each other to form a corridor spine with large scale spaces to one side and smaller to the other. The architecture would clearly show how the building sits within its excavated site.


The internal elliptical corridor forms part of a route with an external micro power plant at one end and a bird hide at the other. Despite its striking form the building would use local natural materials and crafts. This is a sustainable house through its strategic siting and issues of sustainable and low energy design have driven the form and language of the architecture.


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