What started as a simple remodeling project has evolved into
so much more due to irreconcilable structural challenges (i.e. “bad soils”). A
high performance Sustainable Case Study house will soon take the place of the
structure built in 1951 in Central Austin.
physically moved from Central Austin to its new location, Bertram, TX to house
a family of 14.
HEALTHY environments with a mindful approach and sensitivity to clients’ needs.
“Gradients of Green” – that a can be achieved while balancing multiple
constraints along the way.
process, from building orientation and siting to energy sources, to material
selections, all the way to the furnishings. With those decisions we have
the opportunity to make a significant impact, but we also face the challenge of
the higher price tag that can potentially accompany this approach. Fortunately,
when it comes to sustainable and green design, it is not an all or nothing approach,
rather a spectrum consisting of gradients of green….