Collection of modern, minimalist, and eco friendly architectural design for your home inspiration
As nature has its power, man should always have solutions to live with them. This is what John Maniscalco Architecture just did on the Sugar Bowl residence which is located on an environment with a snow pack of as much as 8-9 feet, massive snow loads, and dangerous shear snow blocks dropping from typical sloped roofs.
A singular vertical perspective on the stands of surrounding pines is provided by a two story glazed wall at the main stair, which at the same time gives a moment of transition from the heavier base element to the light-filled airy spaces above.
The upper level of the house, a variety of living spaces and the master bedroom suite,each enjoying mountain views, are gathered between the linear roof form and the simple block below. The interior palette of walnut, fir,concrete, and steel strikes a balance between clean, modern spatial expression with the warm, rustic feel of a mountain home. Photography by Matthew Millman.
I don't know if your power-bills could as high as two-thousand bucks a month, but sure this tips will help you out of it.
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