This off-grid, timberframe home is built with sustainability, comfort, and energy-efficiency in mind. The home is constructed largely of lumber that was harvested and milled on-site, and it is built into a hill for year-round temperature regulation. The project features a 15,000 gallon ferrocement watertank, three root cellars of varying climates, solar power system, petroleum-free hot water heaters, large south-facing windows, earthen plaster finishes on the inside and out, and lots of beautiful woodwork.


Downstairs, Stairs, and Railing:

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Study:

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Bedroom:

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Bathroom:

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Construction, Exterior, and Root Cellars:

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