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Bob Chatham Custom Home Design
Fairhope Green Home
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Alabama's first National Association Of Home Builders "Green Certified"home, designed by Bob Chatham and built by Jeremy Friedman. The cottage includes exposed rafter tails, Cypress board and batten siding with Cedar shake details. This home has 5 spacious bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, a Gourmet Thermador
Thermador Kitchen, Luxury master suite, Keeping room, Outdoor kitchen and Detached garage with a covered breeze way. Some of the Green Features include Waterfurnace Geothermal heating and Cooling with Desuperheater to heat Hot Water, Icynene Spray Foam Insulation, Integrity Wood Clad Windows, Reclaimed Heart
Electrostatic air filter and remote timed ventilation, Vacuflo Central Vacuum, Distributed Audio, Dual Flush Toilets and low flow fixtures, Zip System wall sheathing and roof decking, Advanced Framing Techniques, Native draught tolerant landscaping, and much more.
“Exposed rafter tails” — slflack
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Two Trails | Green Building Consulting
The 2013 NAHB New American Home
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features the latest in techniques and features used for residential Green Building. Two Trails Green Building Consultants helped this home achieve a LEED Platinum designation by the USGBC & Emerald Certification by the National Green Building Standard.
Two Trails | Green Building Consulting
Stark white walls contrasted with brown wooden sun shade blades
“Stark white walls contrasted with brown wooden sun shade blades” — Calabash Condos & Villas
Crisp Architects
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Crisp Architects
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an overall comment that i love this green color, it's one of my favorites.
Snowball tree and fresh green house
Green Siding...stone wall
“beautiful from every angle.” — risris
Tongue & Groove
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Stillwater Place
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Green with white trim and metal roof
Green siding...Pale green exterior...Exterior walls...Richer green
“Green siding” — Bonnie Goodyear
Candace Barnes
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Ashbury Heights Residence 2
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The home is lovely!!! Do you know the color of the trim on the windows? Our house is this shade and that green color is just what we are looking for.
The green is so pretty with it is what I like also. The perfect color that also goes with my greens.
For walls inside or out.
Green window color...green window frames
“I had to include this photo just for the visual mood it creates...lovely...” — Dana Veach
TKP Architects
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Stone Cottage
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grey, green and burgundy slates, roof lines, windows
A tapestry of gray, green and burgundy slate adorns the roof, which is dotted with copper snow fences and trimmed with copper
A tapestry of gray, green and burgundy slate adorns the roof, which is dotted with copper snow fences and trimmed with copper gutters. Japanese rain chains take the place of
A tapestry of gray, green and burgundy slate adorns the roof, which is dotted with copper snow fences and trimmed with copper gutters. Japanese rain chains take the place of downspouts, which the architect says just wouldn't have looked right on this kind of home.
“roof” — robcazin
Actual Home, Architects & Interior Designers
GREEN HOUSE IN BARCELONA
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keep our nature, green roof saving water and keep warm the interior
they could practice. These was the main objectives to reach. Two stories home with the main entry in the second floor, double space looking to the living and all with sliders doors. These house is in the area close to Sant Cugat, but in Barcelona city.
Louie Leu Architect, Inc.
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Saratoga Rolling Hills Estate
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The contemporary home integrates high-end design with a commitment to green building. The building forms incorporate varying flat roof planes and sloped rooflines to conceal solar panels. Passive ventilation techniques are incorporated to reduce energy use. The exterior cladding utilizes ventilated facade
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