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The Tiny Tack House
Our Tiny Tack House
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Natural materials keep the home safe and eco friendly. Wool insulation in the walls and subfloor maintain a consistent temperature, while a tung oil coating protects the pine walls naturally.
Natural materials keep the home safe and eco-friendly. Wool insulation in the walls and subfloor maintain
“birdseye view” — Staraya McKinstry
Burns and Beyerl Architects
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Eco-Friendly Vacation Home Exterior
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Eco-Friendly Vacation Home Exterior
Simple, eco-friendly
eco friendly
“Screened porch” — sheenawes
Helen Rose Wilson Garden Design
Bee and Butterfly garden
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Butterfly garden. Enchant children by attracting caterpillars and butterflies to your yard by planting milkweed, purple coneflower and other butterfly-friendly plants.
common with an untouched wilderness than a manicured lawn, consider a series of tree trunk stools instead of a table and chair set. Economical, eco-friendly and not a right angle in sight.
children by attracting caterpillars and butterflies to your yard by planting milkweed, purple coneflower and other butterfly-friendly plants.Houzz guide to butterfly-friendly plants
Butterfly gardenEnchant children by attracting caterpillars and butterflies to your yard by planting acacias, scented myrtle and other butterfly-friendly plants. Check with your local nursery for the best types to grow in your area.
“Fun kids garden area” — lizziehow
450 Architects, Inc.
Sonoma Residence
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2,300-square-foot ++ residence in Sonoma, designed to be eco-conscious and to flow seamlessly with the surrounding natural landscape
2. Nestled in the landscape in Sonoma, California: This eco-friendly home was crafted with the site and surrounding landscape in mind; the design was shifted to fit into the land rather than altering the land to fit
“Windows” — mickeyrupam
Arkin Tilt Architects
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Santa Cruz Straw Bale House
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I have had a friend who built a straw bale house and he said that if this happened it would be a total nightmare to replace a bale.
Eco-friendly additionThis tree’s curves add organic style to a welcoming strawbale home. Arkin Tilt Architects left the trunk’s raw beauty well alone, and simply
David Arkin. “Remarkably, just as the project was nearing the point where the tree would be required, a madrone tree fell at the property of some friends of our client. With some help from the builders, the fallen tree was minimally trimmed and gently transported to the site wrapped in blankets.”
“Corbels” — jandscarpenters
Burns and Beyerl Architects
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Eco-Friendly Vacation Home Exterior
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Eco-Friendly Vacation Home Exterior
eco friendly
“like the simplicity” — kathleenweinman
Kaplan Thompson Architects
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Earthship Farmstead
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ceiling. Cellulose and water-blown EPS (expanded polystyrene) foam were used for the home’s insulation, which are two of the most environmentally friendly insulation products available.
specified cellulose and water-blown EPS (expanded polystyrene) foam for the home’s insulation, which Thompson says are two of the most environmentally friendly insulation products available.
and water-blown EPS (expanded polystyrene) foam for the home’s insulation, which Thompson says are two of the most environmentally friendly insulation products available.
specified cellulose and water-blown EPS (expanded polystyrene) foam for the home’s insulation, which Thompson says are two of the most environmentally friendly insulation products available.
“Casa” — mariaserpa
Sarah Susanka, FAIA
Libertyville Not So Big Showhouse
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Each chair is made from the equivalent of 400 recycled milk jugs. Harbor brings eco-friendly style to outdoor spaces. The smaller scale is perfect for a balcony or patio, and the angled seat and contoured back are made for all-day lounging
The front porch, large enough for a table and chairs, aligns with the other porches in the neighborhood. Spaces like this promote friendly neighbors and safe neighborhoods.
“Brick shape and portrait detail” — Mary Wulff
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