Contemporary Passive Home in New York

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Regions closer to the west coast are known plenty for their green design and commitment to sustainability. Sitting at about 5,000 square feet, the size alone might make it seem less than green, but this residence in Marmaroneck Harbor, New York is the first passive home in NY. Andreas Benzing was the architect who completed the…

Contemporary Chatsworth Residence by Cambuild

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The beautiful Chatsworth home is unlike any other contemporary space by Cambuild Architecture. Not an overtly large space, the two bedroom home was well thought out and nicely appointed with its simple walls and bold color accents. It’s got a yin and yang presence about it, with eco-consciousness incorporated to a bed of luxury. The luxury…

Low Maintenance Lake Buchanan Guest House

Posted 2 years ago by

Galvanized metal isn’t always the first home building material that comes to mind when talking “guest house.” But with this Mell Lawrence addition to an Austin property– the low-energy, efficient house is still warm and inviting. With a metal exterior and solar paneled roof, the loft style floor plan is completely self-sustainable. The rainwater collection system…

Self-Sufficient Home Off The Coast of Maine

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The Porter Cottage started out as a project from daughter to father, and the end result is a great getaway that’s completely off the power grid that the vast majority of us all rely on for just about anything and everything. Set up on a small island off the coast of Maine, Alex Scott Porter Design…