LEED-Certified Gold Home

Our client's goal was to create a timeless house that fit the Traditional character of the neighborhood. They were also keenly interested in a sustainable residence with a focus on air quality and convenient living without sacrificing comfort or elegance. Natural light was also very important to our clients, so the home is centered around a naturally-lit stairwell and second floor sky-lit gallery. Both living floors are arranged to focus on these light-filled spaces. The large city parcel also assured that all rooms are amply illuminated. The buildings style and orientation was created to be a good neighbor. Many adjacent homes have front porches with Traditional details, while others are more Contemporary. This home sought to be compatible with both.
LEED-Certified Gold Home Exterior Front
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“http://www.houzz.com/projects/18386/LEED-Certified-Gold-Home” — Laura Gaskill
LEED-Certified Gold Home Exterior Back
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“Ugly but an example of mixing stucco and brick” — Nantucket DesignWorks - Christine Palmieri
LEED-Certified Gold Home Stairway
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“staircase!” — Erin Myers Design
LEED-Certified Gold Home Living Room
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“windows” — dreaminofhome
LEED-Certified Gold Home Dining Room
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“dining chairs” — mariawydra
LEED-Certified Gold Home Kitchen
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“Light” — Paul Schmit
LEED-Certified Gold Home Stair Hall
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“landing” — lisafriedman
LEED-Certified Gold Home Master Bath
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“classic bath, clean lines” — Erin Myers Design
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