18,383 sustainability Home Design Photos

New Energy Works Timberframers
The Vermont Street Project
the way it does, the more we can start to optimize its performance. And that’s what green building is really all about: optimizing efficiency and sustainability.What’s LEED All About, Anyway?
“Raised gardens” — meeg333
Susan Teare, Professional Photographer
5 Reviews
All the natural wood surfaces are treated with polymerized tung oil (PTO) and without any oil-based urethanes, making it a highly sustainable living space. PTO is more environmentally safe than other penetrating oils.
“Cool living area” — jmerrion
Intexure Architects
6 Reviews
Intexure Live Work Studio
project and their work nicely: "Having a building that we designed as our workspace is a great way to practice what we preach. The building has many sustainable features and serves as an example of our philosophy — buildings which reflect to their time and place, respond to the site, and honesty in the use
“Table” — mercadoyi
Archipelago Hawaii Luxury Home Designs
15 Reviews
Lania Seating
landscaping, landscape walls and fences. By getting the most out of the least amount of land, we keep our costs lower while achieving long-term sustainability.
“fan” — hlnpck
Lynn Gaffney Architect, PLLC
7 Reviews
BK House Kitchen
Sustainability is integral throughout this Adirondacks, New York, residence. Examples include extensive natural lighting, natural ventilation only (no air-conditioning, only Cirrus ceiling fans), large overhangs to reduce heat in summer, photovoltaic solar panels for electric power, reclaimed wood siding
“bar stools” — schubertfamily
H&H Design
6 Reviews
higher-VOC paints, so projects have to be refinished and touched up more often, which ends up being more expensive for the homeowner. I'm all for sustainable design, but this should mean that materials should be able to stand the test of time, age and stress. If we're rebuilding twice as much because of
“Põrand” — trinksu
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Sun Valley
Simple. Easy to build. Permeable. Sustainable. Inexpensive. What’s not to love? This naturalistic mulch path, with 100 percent recycled content, is über-inviting. Strong geometry executed
“Birch trees” — efor1078
1 Review
The GO Home Passive House
The architects of GO Logic in Belfast, Maine, added knotty pine beams to this modern home for a purpose. “It’s sustainable, renewable, locally harvested and cost effective,” says Holly McBride. “The color and texture add warmth to an otherwise clean, contemporary palette
“The floor!” — ggttalbot
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