The practice of sustainable design takes on so many meanings and requirements, that it can be difficult to determine what’s most important when devising a plan for building a home. This 600 square foot cabin in South Lincoln, Vermont, showcases what can be done when thinking sustainably and green.
Joan Heaton Architects utilized the practice of carrying all items to site, as one of the only points of access is a long pedestrian bridge. Timber, reclaimed wood and locally sourced materials are the major elements contributing to this small space. Antique furniture items and architectural salvage pieces were great hand touched additions to the space as well.