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E5 - TCI Lane Ranch
astounding new community developed by Bonsai Communities strives to create the new global standard for sustainability, healthy and energy efficiency throughout every aspect of a community. TCI Lane Ranch will be an environment that is both physically and mentally healthy, allowing residents and visitors to thrive
net-zero community This 89 home community on the Roaring Fork River near Aspen, Colorado, is planned to be a net-zero community incorporating a 300 Kw photovoltaic community solar farm. Cutting edge manufactured prototypes are being designed following the themes of Water, Tree, Earth, and Sky. This astounding
throughout and adhere to strict guidelines for each neighborhood’s energy efficient and healthy living model. TCI Lane Ranch has been carefully designed to be harmonious with its surrounding natural beauty with its own internal amenities with a network of nature trails, cascading ponds, streams, wetlands
Custom cabinetry, built-ins, home entertainment centers, custom closets, wine rooms/storage, home offices, libraries, and bars.
Eric Higbee | Landscape Architect
Designed and built in seven months on a $150,000 budget, the community-run roof garden was created by designer Nicole Kistler, landscape architect Eric Higbee, the community of Queen Anne/Uptown and the P-Patch Program of Seattle.
great idea love Seattle/Queen Anne uptown community garden.
Garden-A Community Garden on top of a Parking Structure
My husband had this idea a long time ago. Why not use the space? More apartment buildings and restaurants should consider this idea because
lacked any community gardening space. A voter-passed measure in 2008 prioritized the neighborhood for a community garden.Affordable open lots aren't the easiest to find, so the project's creators looked up — to a parking structure at the Seattle Center. Working with a structural engineer was key, says Higbee
Union Studio, Architecture & Community Design
design and neighbourhood concept. Well done !! Thanks Dan
This just reminds me of the days when neighbors knew each other and were friends.
The community and the color, space and look of it
And while we are at it, we can build communities rather than developments. Places where we still have the single-family house, but this time it's built for sustainability and efficiency. These places could be, after all, more in tune with the agrarian ideal that has been at the heart of our built e
I love the concept of a designed...planned... integrated community...
auto. And while we are at it, we can build communities rather than developments. Places where we still have the single-family house, but this time it's built for sustainability and efficiency. These places could be, after all, more in tune with the agrarian ideal that has been at the heart of our built
Blairsville Georgia Custom Homes
26,1835 and remains the sole incorporated community in the county. At the heart of Downtown Blairsville is the Historic Union County Courthouse, constructed in 1899, and now home to everything from the Union County Historical Society and Friday Night Concerts to a military museum and dollhouse collection
Market and Heritage Festival. Look for live animals, heritage demonstrations, and hands-on activities such as panning for gold. There are many exciting destinations in and around Blairsville. Meeks Park, Butternut Creek Golf Course, Lake Nottely, Helton Creek Falls, and the Appalachian Trail are a few of
oldest and most popular state park in Georgia), and the Richard Russell Scenic Byway. In 2011, Blairsville was designated as an official Appalachian Trail Community. This designation recognizes Blairsville for its part in promoting awareness of the Appalachian Trail as an important national and local
Union Studio, Architecture & Community Design
from this and I would really like to know more to build a home like the ones shown in the foto. Thank you in advance. Hans Golz
another example of the small compound i am talking about to build and live in.
Build community. Building good relationships with neighbors often comes down to the little things. If your garden produces a bumper crop of tomatoes, bring a basket next door to share. Trade tools and skills. Be generous with smiles and be willing to lend a hand if it's needed. And you don't need to
neighbors and occasionally chatting with them can go a long way. Let your immediate neighbors know if you will be out of town, and whether you will be having anyone stay at your home while you are gone. If your neighborhood doesn't already have any events, consider organizing one. Annual events like a block
Nicole Kistler Studio
planters and terraces are made of FSC-certified cedar planks and lined with filter fabric. Everything is firmly fixed but also portable and reusable for the next UpGarden location. This garden, like most community projects, is primarily volunteer driven — including construction. In addition to the contractors
the roof and set posts for the terraces, the community was responsible for the rest of the building. A lot of triple and quadruple checking of tasks happened, says Higbee, but this project goes to show how simple materials, hard work and focused design can go a long
Community Members building the portable planters
like most community projects, is primarily volunteer driven — including construction. In addition to the contractors who pressure washed the roof and set posts for the terraces, the community was responsible for the rest of the building. A lot of triple and quadruple checking of tasks happened, says Higbee
Kelley & Company Home
Fun vintage guest bath
use post cards and black and white photos in similar size and colour frames.
treatments and the green added in the pictures and above the mirror. I also like the picture arrangement
Pictures and white tile on wall
Postcards and photos. Turn old postcards or black and white family photographs into art. Here, six postcards depicting life on the coast as it was way back when are displayed in matching black frames. Tip: When creating an art series, tie it all together with frames and matting that are the same size
local community are a great way to add artwork to your home," Motschenbacher says. The framed works over the commode are vintage postcards of Balboa Island and Newport Beach. She had her framer add old-fashioned black photo corners as a fun detail.
Black Banks Plantation
Island and the Hampton River, and north of Jekyll Island. The resort community of Sea Island is separated from St. Simons on the east by the Black Banks River. Known for its oak tree canopies and historic landmarks, St. Simons is both a tourist destination and, according to the 2010 U.S. census, home
and subdivisions were built, and the island was no longer just a summer resort but also a thriving community. In 1950 the Methodist conference and retreat center Epworth by the Sea opened on Gascoigne Bluff. In 1961 novelist Eugenia Price visited St. Simons and began work on her first works of fiction
n and its ongoing development boom have put historic landmarks and natural areas at risk. While such landmarks as the Fort Frederica ruins and the Battle of Bloody Marsh site are preserved and maintained by the National Park Service, and while the historic lighthouse is maintained by the Coastal Georgia