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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.


Tucson

Architect: Robert Gay
Radius Architects, LLC

Total Sq. Ft.: 2436  Bedrooms: 3  Baths: 2.0

This one–story house has a very unique layout – really not like any house we've ever seen. The main living spaces are within a rectangle, but this shape has a round area missing to accommodate a circular outdoor room with a Bar–B–Q and a fireplace; one entire corner is cut at an angle to create space for a courtyard and a garage beyond it; and a wing juts out at a different angle, where the master suite and a guest bedroom are located. And finally, none of the rooms other than the bedrooms are rectangular! Oh, and did we mention that the outer walls are steel frame filled with straw bale.


Straw Bale Country Home

Architect: Terry K. Phelan
Living Shelter Design Architects

Total Sq. Ft.: 2424  Bedrooms: 3  Baths: 3.5

This house was designed and built as a straw bale home, but you certainly can't tell by looking at it from the outside. With its modest and unassuming exterior, this home would fit in most any environment, from a rural setting to a more urban location. And thanks to its thick straw bale walls, it's both energy efficient and extremely quiet.


Coronado

Architect: Robert Gay
Radius Architects, LLC

Total Sq. Ft.: 1728  Bedrooms: 2  Baths: 2.0

This strawbale house was originally designed around a prominent oak tree, resulting in a spatially interesting floor plan that has a passive solar orientation for winter heat gain. The straw bale walls of this home are load–bearing, which is not allowed in some parts of the U.S. Natural round wood columns and timber elements grace the exterior. An irregular, antiqued floor tile runs throughout the house, with an ornamental diamond pattern added at key thresholds.


Gatehouse

Architect: Darrel DeBoer
DeBoer Architects

Total Sq. Ft.: 1112  Bedrooms: 1  Baths: 1.0

This unique structure was built as a guesthouse. It has thick straw bale walls, and it was designed for passive solar gain. The house has a gentle curve, and tremendous views to the rear. The ceiling of course curves as well, and it's sloped throughout its length, from 8' at the rear of the house to 13' at the front.





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