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Mountain Gable

Architect: Bruce Millard
Studio of Sustainable Design

Total Sq. Ft.: 2525  Bedrooms: 3  Baths: 2.5

The interior of this handsome mountain home features wood detailing throughout. As you face this Craftsman–style house, the gable over the entry is repeated twice on the left as the rooflines step back. All of the rooms on the main level have excellent views, especially to the rear, and nearly all have ceilings that vault to a dramatic 13'. This house has been featured in three magazines, including a special edition of Fine Homebuilding.


Craftsman Style Farmhouse

Architect: Debra Coleman
Passive Solar Designs

Total Sq. Ft.: 2801  Bedrooms: 4  Baths: 2.5

Craftsman detailing adds to the appearance of this classic farm–style home. The master bedroom and all of the main living spaces enjoy terrific views to the rear, as do the three additional bedrooms on the second level. There's also a deck that spans the entire width of the house at the rear. The great room ceiling soars to 19' in the middle, and all the living spaces are open to each other.


Natural Habitat

Architect: David Arkin & Anni Tilt
Arkin Tilt Architects

Total Sq. Ft.: 1860  Bedrooms: 4  Baths: 2.0

This unique straw bale home manages to provide four bedrooms in 1,860 sf of living space. Featured in books and magazines, and the recipient of a prestigious award, this is a truly extraordinary house. Clerestory windows allow natural light to flood the interior, and tall bookshelves line the walls separating the living spaces from the bedrooms. An optional two–sided fireplace can be enjoyed from both the living room and an outdoor patio.


Simple Single Story

Architect: Debra Coleman
Passive Solar Designs

Total Sq. Ft.: 1879  Bedrooms: 3  Baths: 2.5

This is a very economical house to build – the shape is a perfect rectangle; it has a very simple crossing roof; and thanks to its efficient use of space, there's room for up to 3 bedrooms in just 1,879 sf of living space. However, as you'll see from the photos and the floor plan, this simple house has details that make it as attractive as it is functional. If you use scissors trusses to support the roof, the ceiling vaults to 12' down the centerline; and the house provides great views to the rear.


Small Sun-Filled Cottage

Architect: Debra Coleman
Passive Solar Designs

Total Sq. Ft.: 1741  Bedrooms: 2  Baths: 2.5

This cottage features a clerestory atrium that allows sunlight to flood into the center of the house, while providing a natural cooling system through its operable windows. Because it has a square outline (36' on each side) and a simple hipped roof, this is a fairly inexpensive house to build. It features a wide front porch, and a 12'–deep porch connected to a screened porch that runs along the entire side of the house. All the living spaces have vaulted ceilings that follow the roofline.





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