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The Eco-Friendly Residence in Truro, Massachusetts by Hammer Architects

The comfortable residence perched on a beach cliff offers a beautiful view of the Atlantic Ocean. The building is done by Hammer Architects and completed in 2014. This residence also provides maximum privacy thanks to thick super-insulated wood clad walls and narrow strip windows.

Upon entering the house will be greeted by a tall glass door that reveals some corner of the house. The living and dining rooms are in the center of the building is associated with terrace separated by a series of a sliding glass door. While the master bedroom and guest bedroom is located in the wings of the house.

On the terrace provides a view in all directions with a referential kite shaped roof. The sustainability is considered by Architects by applying solar design that combines photovoltaic panels and depth overhang roof with ventilating clerestory windows. This design is able to provide natural cooling and ventilation.

The comfortable residence perched on a beach cliff offers a beautiful view of the Atlantic Ocean

Upon entering the house will be greeted by a tall glass door that reveals some corner of the house

The living and dining rooms are in the center of the building is associated with terrace separated by a series of a sliding glass door

The living and dining rooms are in the center of the building is associated with terrace separated by a series of a sliding glass door

This design is able to provide natural cooling and ventilation

This residence also provides maximum privacy thanks to thick super-insulated wood clad walls and narrow strip windows

The comfortable residence perched on a beach cliff offers a beautiful view of the Atlantic Ocean

The Eco-Friendly Residence in Truro, Massachusetts by Hammer Architects

The sustainability is considered by Architects by applying solar design that combines photovoltaic panels and depth overhang roof with ventilating clerestory windows

The Eco-Friendly Residence in Truro, Massachusetts by Hammer Architects

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