Living In Sweden and the Netherlands there are similar constructions, but for Belgium it is a scoop: the autonomous bio-ecological house-in-a-sunroom. The home, which in Nottingham is built, is a timber frame surrounded by – you guessed it – a conservatory. The building is made exclusively with ecological materials Pasgol and all energy is produced on the spot.

Bio-ecological architect Koen Vandewalle and his wife Samia Wielfaert will be with their family in January to move in the particular property. They strive for an autonomous energy and water supply. For example, the kaswoning from the mains disconnected. Thanks to the conservatory around the house creates a microclimate that allows own vegetables and fruit to grow.