Green Castle Eco-House In Harlem, New York City
The Green Castle Eco-House in Harlem, New York City, was designed and constructed by Luis De Garrido, a Spanish architect with a passion for sustainable design. The project began in 2008 and was completed in 2012, after several years of planning, designing, and constructing the environmentally-friendly home.
The Green Castle Eco-House is the first sustainable house in Harlem, designed to minimize its environmental impact while providing a comfortable and healthy living space.
De Garrido’s design philosophy incorporates principles of bioclimatic architecture, promoting the use of renewable energy, natural ventilation, and green roofs to create a harmonious relationship between the built environment and the natural surroundings.
The project was not without its challenges, as the design and construction of an eco-friendly house in an urban environment presented unique challenges.
However, De Garrido’s experience and expertise in sustainable design ensured that the house was completed on time and to the highest quality standards. Today, the Green Castle Eco-House stands as a testament to Luis De Garrido’s commitment to sustainable design and his belief in architecture’s ability to change the world.