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SALA Architects Inc.
Total Sq. Ft.: 2880 Bedrooms: 4 Baths: 3.5
Michaela Mahady, architect of our long popular Maple Forest series of homes, teamed up with Debra Kees to create this beautiful Craftsman style home. The simple, moderate-pitched gabled roof of the home, the attention to architectural details like horizontal bands of windows, decorative wooden brackets and wood trim, as well as the use three distinctly different exterior textures (brick, stucco and cedar shingles) firmly tie this home to its Arts and Crafts past. Yet, with a nod towards the varying needs of the modern family, careful attention was given to architectural and building design, making this home one of our most versatile in terms of construction. It is easily built in sizes from as small as 2,397 square feet to as large as 2,880 square feet. And it is designed to be able to fit on a narrow suburban lot, yet is equally at home on rural acreage with plenty of elbow-room.
Milwaukee Craftsman, LLC
Total Sq. Ft.: 2534 Bedrooms: 4 Baths: 2.5
The Juneau home combines the massing of traditional architecture with a more contemporary twist. The home was originally designed for a corner lot in an urban development, and one of the design intents was to maximize the living area with a minimal footprint. Clever design and efficient use of space made this possible.
Matthew Bialecki Associates
Total Sq. Ft.: 4174 Bedrooms: 4 Baths: 3.0
Inspired by the Arts and Crafts houses of Greene & Greene as well as the Adirondack Camps of the 19th century, the Stone Craftsman House is actually a high-performance green building within its historic design. This very spacious home is designed as an advanced passive solar, energy-efficient structure with a strong emphasis on the design of the building envelope for minimal heat requirements and total passive cooling.
David Arkin & Anni Tilt
Total Sq. Ft.: 1860 Bedrooms: 4 Baths: 2.0
Natural Habitat is featured in the newly released book, "The New Strawbale Home", received the Western Home Award from Sunset magazine, and was featured in Real Simple Magazine. The architects, David Arkin & Anni Tilt, a husband and wife team, conceived of and designed this home to give the residents a sense of being at home in nature.
Sun, Straw and Earthen Floor
Total Sq. Ft.: 1500 Bedrooms: 1 Baths: 1.5
The beautiful Sun, Straw and Earthen Floor home is one of our most unique home plans and is a true sanctuary for health and well-being. It has also attracted a lot of attention, and has been featured in the book, "The New Strawbale Home", on the cover and in a feature article in the March/April 2004 issue of Natural Home Magazine, as well as being featured on an episode of HGTV's Extreme Homes. As comfortable as it is innovative, this passive solar strawbale home boasts an entire wall of windows, designed to provide a seamless integration of living space with surrounding nature.