Experimental Bioclimatic House in Granadilla, Tenerife

Experimental Bioclimatic House Tenerife

The Experimental Bioclimatic House was completed in 2010 by the Seville based architects José Luis Rodríguez Gil.

This self-sufficient home, originally designed in 1995, utilises solar panels for electricity and hot water, the main aims of the project were to minimise the ecological footprint and seek zero CO2 emissions.

The property is located in Granadilla, Canary Islands, Spain.

Lighting, Experimental Bioclimatic House Tenerife

Wind Turbines, Experimental Bioclimatic House Tenerife

Wind Turbine, Entrance, Experimental Bioclimatic House Tenerife

Solar Pannels, Experimental Bioclimatic House Tenerife

Green Living Room, Stone Wall, Experimental Bioclimatic House Tenerife

Dark Dining Table, Experimental Bioclimatic House Tenerife

Plan, Experimental Bioclimatic House Tenerife

Plan, Experimental Bioclimatic House Tenerife


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