Environmentally Sustainable House Design In Santa Barbara by Shubin & Donaldson

Environmentally Sustainable House Design In Santa Barbara

This house designed in environmentally sustainable style on a classic Santa Barbara site which is known as “The Rivera”. Relatively small house has everything big mansions around have: two-car garage include open living/dining area, kitchen, master bedroom and bath, guest bedroom and bath, home gym, powder room, two home offices with office bath, outdoor dining area, outdoor lounge areas, lap pool, and 1,400 square feet of lower-level storage. 270-degree view of the Pacific Ocean is used as much as possible starting from courtyard near the pool and ending with desk on the third floor. Environmentally sustainable design features passive solar electricity, solar water and floor heating, natural air flow and energy-efficient appliances. The house is designed by Shubin & Donaldson.

Environmentally Sustainable House Design In Santa Barbara

Environmentally Sustainable House Design In Santa Barbara

Environmentally Sustainable House Design In Santa Barbara

Environmentally Sustainable House Design In Santa Barbara

Environmentally Sustainable House Design In Santa Barbara

Environmentally Sustainable House Design In Santa Barbara

Environmentally Sustainable House Design In Santa Barbara

Environmentally Sustainable House Design In Santa Barbara

Environmentally Sustainable House Design In Santa Barbara

Environmentally Sustainable House Design In Santa Barbara

Environmentally Sustainable House Design In Santa Barbara
Environmentally Sustainable House Design In Santa Barbara
Environmentally Sustainable House Design In Santa Barbara
Environmentally Sustainable House Design In Santa Barbara
Environmentally Sustainable House Design In Santa Barbara
Environmentally Sustainable House Design In Santa Barbara
Environmentally Sustainable House Design In Santa Barbara
Environmentally Sustainable House Design In Santa Barbara
Environmentally Sustainable House Design In Santa Barbara

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