This secluded modern house located in Peninsula de Osa, Costa Rica named Iseami House was designed for ISEAMI institute (Institute of sustainability, ecology, art, mind and investigation). Architecture firm Robles Arquitectos analyzed 10 elements — Site, Climate, Energy, Water, Materials, environment, atmosphere, cost, innovation with the use of passive strategies and the implemented processes. This reduces the impact the house could bring to the natural environment.
Environmentally Friendly Luxury House In Costa Rica
MC1 House is a residential project located near Manuel Antonio Park, Quepos in Costa Rica. Designed by Robles Arquitectos, this luxury house was built on a site where it was possible to protect the ecosystem as much as possible. The use of glass lets natural light to filter through, minimizing energy consumption, and allowing the integration or exterior and interior.