100% Sustainable House Overlooking The Hudson River

100% Sustainable House Overlooking The Hudson River
An architect-turned-falconer considers animals and nature when designing his own home. Overlooking the Hudson River, Allan Shope’s nearly 3,000-square-foot sustainable home features handmade furniture and an undulating floor, all crafted from the site’s felled black walnut trees. Shope and his wife carefully designed an eco-friendly landscape: For instance, they did not fell any tree with... 
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Sustainable House with Large Expanses Of Glass – Flyway View House by Jon Anderson

Sustainable House with Large Expanses Of Glass – Flyway View House by Jon Anderson
The Flyway View House is designed by Jon Anderson Architecture and located in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The design’s concept was to maximize views of the bird habitat and to take advantage of solar exposure and passive ventilation. Simple sustainable materials and the thoughtful use of glass blends the indoor and outdoor living spaces. Overhangs protect... 
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Vernacular Dry Stone House at The Pyrenees

Vernacular Dry Stone House at The Pyrenees
House at The Pyrenees is designed by Eduardo Cadaval and Clara Solà-Morales in a small village nested in the Pyrenees, Canejan, Catalonia, Spain. The vernacular dry stone house is a comfortable residence that have two units on a single envelope. It features amazing views over the valley, while an identical window located on the top... 
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