Locally sourced brickwork and upcycled materials are combined to create an inward looking home to provide respite from the crowded city.
This net zero family home located in Los Angeles, is a true collaboration between client and architects, and produces more power than it uses.
Low impact home placed an emphasis on sustainable materials and construction methods, while designing for adaptability and disassembly.
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.
The off-grid island home, for a couple who are professional artists, offers them the chance to always feel just one step away from nature
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 off-grid and remote family retreat relies on passive design elements to naturally control the internal environment.