Imagined by the architect and designer, Nicola De Pellegrini, known for his ecological achievements, the project represents a fine example of sustainable Italian design.

Italian design is synonymous with quality and... durability. This is demonstrated by the residential project Sovereign House located in an upscale neighborhood of Houston on a plot of 7000 m2, which was designed by architect and designer Nicola De Pellegrini of the Italian Studio Anidride Design located in Venice. 

Sovereign House was designed following the principles of sustainable architecture both in terms of technological choices and plant engineering, as well as interior design and selection of materials. The insulated and ventilated facade contributes considerably to the reduction of energy consumption and therefore of greenhouse gas emissions. The large bay windows are made with high-performance frames and low-emission glass, while the north-south orientation of the building is ideal to promote thermal mass. 

The design also extends to the exterior spaces with the choice of materials and the attention paid to the surrounding vegetation, with plants that facilitate the entry of light and heat to the north and shade the south facade. In addition, photovoltaic panels are placed over the entire flat roof.

The spectacular outdoor area with relaxation area, swimming pool, barbecue area, deck chairs, … is thought of as a true extension of the interior. The furniture and finishes use the same colors and the same materials, for a coherent impact.



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