As the world accelerates towards destruction and rapid climate change, it certainly needs more sustainable plans to counter it. This new decade, 2020 to 2030 has been identified as one of the most important and responsible decades of the world. The world holds discussions and initiates plans to stand against climate change and make more greener plans for the future.
In the light of these developments, Tactus Design Workshop presents its very own concept house. This is called the ‘Rain Catcher’. As clearly it states, this house is to promote sustainable living while it collects rainwater to, clean, store, heat, and use for the needs of its occupants. It might sound complex in the first place, but the designers have studied the average rainfall in the United Kingdom prior to designing this concept model. It uses biodegradable elements to lower the carbon footprint as much as possible and to be flexible with the occupants’ needs in the structure. Scroll down to check out the concept house and its plans with this sustainable lifestyle below.
As you can see in these concept images, the roof intakes the rainfall. The upper layers of the house filter the water until it flows to the bottom of the structure where the water tanks are located.
This was designed to fit the weather conditions of the United Kingdom as a response to the 2030 Challenge that most of the nations have agreed to.
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