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Sustainable Nine Design + Build
53rd & Drew Ave - Minneapolis Fulton Neighborhood
Ideabooks989
Questions4
Sus­tain­able 9 De­sign Build Acacia floors from Lumber Liquidators
love floor sustainable
Sustainable Nine Design + Build
“Entry” — adelemcalear
Pearson Design Group
1 Review
Mountain Modern
Ideabooks1,235
Questions2
Employing a combination of steel and wood on this connector roof, the architects engineered the roof to support sustained snow loads while capably protecting the walkway below from snow accumulation.
Employing a combination of steel and wood on this connector roof, the architects engineered the roof to support sustained snow loads while capably protecting the walkway below from snow accumulation. 2013
Employing a combination of steel and wood on this connector roof, the architects engineered the roof to support sustained snow loads while capably protecting the walkway below from snow accumulation.
“Warm open” — theccmonster
Liz Prater Design Home
1 Review
Ozone Extension/Renovation
Ideabooks191
Questions1
are must haves (features that you need and are non-negotiable, like the number of bedrooms, open-plan living, an abundance of natural light and sustainable design elements) and items that you’d love if your budget allows but are happy to compromise on if your funds won’t stretch that far (such as a home
“Covered entry” — ticotico
Gatling Design
4 Reviews
Cozy Cottage
Ideabooks2,769
Questions5
Sustainability was another priority. The house is very well insulated and is not air conditioned, as the cross breezes keep it cool. The water heater and furnace are high efficiency, there is a centralized energy system, they used no- and low-VOC paints and the floors are renewable bamboo.While the Gatling
“open cabinets on bottom of room divider that you can see through.” — bjmm2
Susan Teare, Professional Photographer
5 Reviews
Winter Cabin
Ideabooks7,671
Questions8
The front porch features a round-timber frame and is an example of how the team designed with the site, sustainability and budget constraints in mind. With no access to a saw mill, the logs used in the timber frame were from the land that was cleared for the cabin. They were placed by hand with blocks
“Protective over doors” — sewelg
Torsten Ottesjö
1 Review
Hus-1
Ideabooks569
Questions1
shaped, sustainable
“modern tiny house” — fedvw
New Mood Design LLC
6 Reviews
New Mood Design
Ideabooks1,877
Questions1
Sustain less
“Metal columns” — maya95
Dennis Mayer, Photographer
25 Reviews
Green Oaks Atherton
Ideabooks4,721
Questions4
Sustainable yard. Very little mowing
“COOL MANSION” — Jefferson Zhang
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