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feature of New England architecture. Under the eaves are original beadboard and the home's original doorbell. When the couple purchased the home, vinyl siding covered the original wood shingles, which were badly damaged. Bruce and Melanie covered the shingles with wood siding instead of removing them. They
feature of New England architecture. Under the eaves are original beadboard and the home's original doorbell.
2000. A new roof, chimney, gutters, siding and bathrooms updated the space. But thy also now have a more "period-correct kitchen to better suit our Victorian/Craftsman style," Bruce says. The unique aesthetic includes red velvet fabric, cast iron pieces, antique wood accents and brass-laden gadgets befitting
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looks like New England architecture to me, although the palm tree and modern lounge chairs suggest otherwise. I would like it more if it were more New England-y. Of course, then why have the pool?
of our new porch with raised ceiling with big screen.
beachfront architecture from the 1940s. "We wanted to take that home and elevate it to a level in a new build that it was meant to be," Joel says. Originally, the site had no landscaping at all. The team transformed the barren lot into a lush lawn, preserving a palm tree that the sisters' grandfather had
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Passive House Retreat
on the New England coast features high performance and creative use of space in a small package. ZED designed the simple, gable-roofed structure and proposed the Passive House standard. The resulting home consumes only one-tenth of the energy for heating compared to a similar new home built only to code
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This LEED Gold certified vacation residence located in a beautiful ocean community on the New England coast features high performance and cr
home in New England, they were easily persuaded by architect Stephanie Horowitz to build a "passive" house — one heated primarily by the sun. Horowitz is a principal architect at ZeroEnergy Design (ZED), a firm that specializes in energy-efficient architecture. "My clients wanted a home that was small