House Wren sustainable house

Wren House is a sustainable house, a residential project designed and completed by Chris Pardo Design: Elemental Architecture in Missoula, Montana. It was built with sustainability in mind, for the homeowner and his family have a deep respect for the environment. Boasting several unique sustainable features, the freshly built dwelling requires very little energy and heating. “The home is equipped with two solar arrays, a solar water system,  geothermal, LED custom lighting, and Optiwin high performance windows.”

sustainable house view

The structure features two levels and a roof terrace that allows the family to enjoy spectacular views of the surrounding hills. The street façade seems a little bit rigid, giving you the feeling that the interior is barely lit. In reality it’s just a good way to add a sense of privacy. Light and warmth play a very important role in the house’s design. The sunlight gently enters through the floor-to-ceiling windows, oriented towards the courtyard. The house’s biggest asset is definitely the roof terrace, where one can enjoy peacefully the enchanting sight. [Photo credit: Steven Begleiter]

sustainable house Courtyard and transparence

Street View
Main Entrance
Details Wren House
Wooden Cladding
Different textures
Living Room
Kitchen with view
Colourful kitchen
Staircase and books
Wooden interior
Bedroom view
Roof Terrace
Terrace View
Connecting Blocks
First floor
Second floor
Roof plan