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The Cycle House by chadbourne + doss architects includes a bike shop for the storage and maintenance of 18 bikes and opens to an enclosed work yard.
chadbourne + doss architects
kimberly peck architect
This 15,000+ square foot Tuscan beauty is located high in the hills of Los Gatos. Conrado built the main house, the guest house, and the pool and installed all of the hardscaping and landscaping. Special features include imported clay tile roofing, a round garage (to mimic an old water tank), a...
Los Gatos Mediterranean Custom Home
Conrado - Home Builders
This single family home in the Greenlake neighborhood of Seattle is a modern home with a strong emphasis on sustainability. The house includes a rainwater harvesting system that supplies the toilets and laundry with water. On-site storm water treatment, native and low maintenance plants reduce the...
Fivedot Design Build
HOUSEworks Design + Build General Contractor
HOUSEworks Design/Build General Contractor
This living space in the multi-story loft unit is flooded with light from two levels of windows. The exposed brick is the old exterior of the National Biscuit Companies (now Nabisco) oven used to bake the biscuits.
Loft Condo Renovation
Besch Design, Ltd.
A Ranch Home Transformed into a Contemporary Forest Oasis
Mary Prince Photography
Groundswell Design Group, LLC
This passive solar addition transformed this nondescript ranch house into an energy efficient, sunlit, passive solar home. The addition to the rear of the building was constructed of compressed earth blocks. These massive blocks were made on the site with the earth from the excavation. With the...
Bethesda Earth Home
Sustainable Design Group
Modern Cape Cod green home earned LEED Gold certification for green features including solar electric, a green roof, and the use of sustainable materials. Construction by Cape Associates. Photos by Michael J Lee. Green architecture by ZeroEnergy Design. www.Zeroenergy.com
Porch Expands the Living Space