Outstanding Secluded Home in Costa Rica by Robles Arquitectos


Casa ISEAMI is a project completed in 2010 by the architectural firm Robles Arquitectos. This 5,188 square-foot home is located in Playa Carate on the Peninsula de Osa, Costa Rica and is 100% self-sufficient thanks to the numerous solar panels installed and to low impact hydroelectric generators.

The house is the main area of the ISEAMI institute (Institute of sustainability, ecology, art, mind and investigation), its design serving as a multi-functional place that hosts different activities such as investigation, meditation, training, yoga and joy.

The Casa ISEAMI is, in fact, a solar power plant capable of producing 10.800KW/H, thanks to the roof that benefits from a special design that helps it have the orientation and position to maximize its production.

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