This wedge-shaped house has a sloping green roof facing the street

OYO architects have designed a home in Belgium, that is built so that part of the home is below ground level.

 

This wedge-shaped house has a sloping green roof facing the street

Photography by Cafeine

The home’s shape is very unique, with its green roof that angles upwards from the road.

This wedge-shaped house has a sloping green roof facing the street

Photography by Cafeine

This wedge-shaped house has a sloping green roof facing the street

Photography by Cafeine

A rubber roofing membrane wraps the entire home, protecting the interior from changing weather conditions, and working as one facade element.

This wedge-shaped house has a sloping green roof facing the street

Photography by Cafeine

The green roof and solar panels add to the energy efficiency of the home.

This wedge-shaped house has a sloping green roof facing the street

Photography by Cafeine

Wood and warm materials have been used to create a Scandinavian-like interior ambiance.

This wedge-shaped house has a sloping green roof facing the street

Photography by Cafeine

Pops of yellow and blue add some color to the living room.

This wedge-shaped house has a sloping green roof facing the street

Photography by Cafeine

The fireplace can be used indoors and outdoors. In summer it is used as a BBQ and people dine under the covered terrace, and in winter it can be used to warm the home.

This wedge-shaped house has a sloping green roof facing the street

Photography by Cafeine

The dining area is filled with natural light from the large window beside it.

This wedge-shaped house has a sloping green roof facing the street

Photography by Cafeine