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Fab Cab’s Luxurious Medium-Sized 2-Bedroom Home

If the 550 square foot FabCab home is a little too small for your taste, you may be interested in the medium size home the company offers, with as much as 848 square feet of interior living space. This is another great option for a hunting cabin, guest house, or getaway home, offering an extra bedroom for storage or a bedroom for friends.

The open floor plan features 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom with cathedral ceilings and flexible space, lots of storage, and a larger kitchen than the smaller home design. The bathroom includes a walk-in, curbless shower and an energy-efficient fireplace is an add-on option for the living room.

For this FabCab home option, home packages start at $122,000, and construction estimates at $206,000. For more information, visit FabCab.com

 

Energy-Efficient Modern Home is Built Inside a Cave in Missouri

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If you’ve ever wanted to live in a cave, this beautiful modern home in Festus, Missouri is the perfect blend of energy efficiency and rustic living. The 17,000-square foot underground home is built right inside a sandstone cave, featuring a modern interior space that perfectly accents the unfinished sandstone walls.

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Arbor House in the Bronx Provides a Green Community for Low-Income Residents


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New York City’s new Arbor House, a green building located in the Morrisania neighborhood of the Bronx, is a $37.7 million project designed as part of Mayor Bloomberg’s New Housing Marketplace Plan, which has a goal of providing 165,000 affordable housing units in the city by 2014.

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Glass Farm in The Netherlands is a Modern Take on Pre-Warm Farmhouses

This may look like a traditional Dutch farmhouse, but look closely and you’ll notice it is made of glass. It is a mixed-use retail building located in Schijndel, The Netherlands, created by Architect Winy Mass of MVRDV.

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Equinox Passive House in Bulgaria Perfectly Aligns With the Sun

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This beautiful 5,543-square-foot home on the coast of Kavarna, Bulgaria has been designed to perfectly match the angle of the summer equinox sun.

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Created by Ignatov Architects, the compact, energy-efficient design makes the home 90% more energy efficient than a similar home without upgrades, which also gives it Passive House status.

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The home is built right into the hillside, allowing it to work with its natural surroundings. A green roof provides natural insulation and frees up lawn space, minimizing energy loss and maintaining a comfortable indoor temperature.

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The wall of glass on the front wall of the home is inverted, keeping sun from entering the home in the middle of summer. In the winter, the low angle of the sun hits the patio swimming pool and reflects into the house to provide natural lighting. A roof oculus allows a single ray of light to shine into the home, acting as an annual calendar as it shines in different spots according to the season.

The home also has a wastewater treatment unit, natural ventilation and recovery system, and rooftop solar panels. Additional heat is provided from an underground heat pump or solar hot water panels installed for the pool.

Malta Home Maximizes a Small Lot With Cantilevered Design

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Located on the tiny island of Malta, this sustainable home by Chris Briffa Architects was designed on a lot only 250 square meters in size. The green-roofed, energy-efficient Hanging Home has turned into a significant design challenge, incorporating the small space with eco-friendly features into this modern yet traditional home.

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