From its picturesque coastal perch on Orcas Island, Washington, Lone Madrone House captures expansive ocean views and enjoys a harmonious relationship with the surrounding, sensitive landscape.
A green roof not only looks beautiful but it has many economic, ecological and societal benefits. They are becoming an important addition to the raft of sustainability considerations when creating healthy and ecologically responsible buildings.
This unique home is part of a new floating village called Schoonschip, located on the Johan van Hasselt Canal in north Amsterdam. The community includes 46 dwellings and is home to over 100 residents.
City cabin belongs to a conservationist dedicated to preserving forests, who wanted to live in a tiny forest in the heart of Seattle.
Upcycled shipping containers are transformed into a family home. The c-Home was made from six 40 foot shipping containers.
This all timber, small footprint, modular home called Buitenhuis was designed by VLOT Architects to connect it’s owners to their garden and the adjacent farmland.
Not many families can say they can put on downhill skis to reach the local market to go grocery shopping and return home using ski lifts, but for the occupants of Skigard Hytte Cabin in Norway, it’s a requirement.