In Berkel-Enschot, Netherlands, a region known for its historic charm and scenic beauty, Joris Verhoeven Architecture introduces Fungi House, a modern and sustainable dwelling.
Showcasing a biobased facade treated with a unique fungus paint, this energy-neutral home seamlessly blends innovation with environmental consciousness. Built in 2022, the residence’s design incorporates renewable wood and flax materials, reducing its CO2 footprint. Beyond its green exterior, advanced technologies ensure the home produces more energy than it uses, setting a gold standard for future eco-friendly architectural endeavors.
In the scenic Berkel-Enschot, Netherlands, the Fifty Shades of Brick house stands as a testament to modern, energy-efficient design. Joris Verhoeven Architectuur masterfully blends Belgian hand-formed bricks with contemporary elements, creating a space that’s not only visually stunning but also environmentally conscious.
Embodying a fine balance of robustness and friendliness, this villa flawlessly showcases how design and sustainability can beautifully coexist.