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Digs By Katie | Katie Leede & Company
Venice Canals
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Digs By Katie | Katie Leede & Company
Bookcase design. Fabric roman shade as window treatment.
decor. Leede custom designed the headboard and ottoman with Uzbekistani fabric, adding bohemian flair to the room. Figurines and totems from eastern Asia add visual interest to the custom shelving unit.
Design finds: Suzanis and other interesting textiles, and books galore.Try this at home: Have
“Wall units” — sophieteague
Marcelle Guilbeau, Interior Designer
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West Meade Residence - LEED Platinum
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West Meade Residence - LEED Platinum
an “Active” Solar Panel PV System that generates 4.2 Kilowatts of electricity. The home received an Energy Star rating of 36 HERS and has received LEED Platinum Certification. Photography by Ashley Seagroves
traditionally styled home that incorporated as many “Passive” Sustainable Ideas as possible to minimize energy and water use. Additionally, Indoor Air Quality was maximized by using no/low VOC materials and exceptional air conditioning/heating systems and filtration. The design also incorporates an
“thick baseboard, love the curves and natural flooring materials.” — chrismohawk
Nilsen Landscape Design, LLC
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Meadow Garden
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the lawn and woodland border. Installing a meadow allowed us to reduce the amount of traditional lawn around the house, an important factor for this LEED Gold certified property. The meadow is low maintenance (mowed once a year), is drought tolerant, and provides an incredible show of color throughout
Do you know who might have the house plans to this beautiful home?
Stephanie Horowitz of Zero Energy Design in Boston was the architect for this Passive House. There is a recent article in Boston Magazine that actually shows the floor plan. You can check it out here. ...
“Colour of the flowers” — Gret Ngo
Maienza-Wilson Interior Design + Architecture
14 Reviews
California Sustainable Home
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plans for this garage that are detached from the home?
Habitat for Humanity is considering helping me to build a basic garage that has to be detached from my home. The past earthquakes we have had here in CA. left me no safe way to exit out of my home with my disabled son who is confined to a wheelchair
Love the green living roof, who designed and installed it?
wheelchair. This garage would be the perfect design. The Regional center would provide a wheelchair lift to bring him safely out of the house. Thank you.
problem. Its called Live Roof. Go to, ... . Because I also am in So Cal. I actually went to the nursery where the material is grown in Santa Maria and design / selected material on site.
“Great hanging pergola over garage.” — kalarock
GO LOGIC
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The GO Home Passive House
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The 1,500 sq. ft. GO Home offers two story living with a combined kitchen/living/dining space on the main level and three bedrooms with full bath on the upper level. Amenities include covered entry porch, kitchen pantry, powder room, mud room and laundry closet. LEED Platinum certification; 1st Passive
Passive House–certified home in Maine, 12th certified in U.S.; USGBC Residential Project of the Year Award 2011; EcoHome Magazine Design Merit Award, 2011; TreeHugger, Best Passive House of the Year Award 2012 photo by Trent Bell
Interested in concrete floor for new home
I think we sourced the rug at Addo Novo. Unfortunately I am not sure who the designer is.
GO Home Passive House - Platinum LEED certified!
“Buffed wax” — nickicole
josh wynne construction
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Josh Wynne Construction
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Pecky Cypress ceilings framed with white beams. Built-in banquet. Open living design. This home is certified LEED-H Platinum. Photo by Matt McCorteney.
Pecky Cypress ceilings framed with white beams. Built-in banquet. Open living design.
Leed Plat...LEED Platinum
“burlap panels” — volchitza
Moore Architects, PC
Monroe House
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the environmental impact of this house, so the goal was to get the project LEED certified. Even though the owner’s programmatic needs ultimately grew the house to almost 8,000 square feet, the design team was able to obtain LEED Silver for the project. The first floor houses the public spaces of the
foundation. The remaining areas on the property were heavily landscaped with climate appropriate vegetation, retaining walls, and minimal turf. Other LEED elements include LED lighting, geothermal heating system, heat-pump water heater, FSA certified woods, low VOC paints and high R-value insulation and
spaces which include a billiard room, craft room, exercise room, media room and a wine cellar. To minimize the mass of the house, the architects designed low bearing roofs to reduce the height from above, while bringing the ground plain up by specifying local Carder Rock stone for the foundation walls
“Entryway bm goldfinch” — kikileelee
Amy Newman Lauffer, CID, LEED AP
Transitional space with a unique look
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Amy Newman Lauffer, CID, LEED AP
Amy Newman Lauffer, CID, LEED APSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Hanging around. Plunging pendants are a terrific alternative to wall-mounted sconces in the bathroom. Why they work:
high-traffic zones. If you choose to do so, consider covering them with a soft sheet or quilt during playtime.Get ideas for using mirrored furniture in your home
“Lampu dekoratif” — desi_drmwn
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