Martha Rose’s subtle interpretation of green home building doesn’t go un-noticed. Her latest collections of specialized homes pay homage to traditional design and are multi-certified achieving the Energy Star, Building America, and Built Green’s highest certification, 5-Star, on all 4 new homes. Designed by Craig Anderson, of CB Anderson Architects, they don’t appear to fit into the modern design mode of green homes. Don’t be fooled, these homes have a strong undertow.
Designed for the northwest climate all the homes have two-foot eves and inviting covered front รับสร้างบ้านราชบุรี porch both of which shield the house and its occupants from summer heat and rain the rest of the time in Seattle. Floor plans designed to allow cross breezes and advance insulation techniques help reduce the amount of mechanical support needed for heating and cooling.
If you’re interested in leaving a smaller environmental footprint these homes are designed and built to do just that scoring 49 on the Department of Energy’s E-scale. This means they are 51% more energy efficient than the 2006 International Energy Conservation Code.
If you’re interested in leaving a smaller environmental footprint these homes are designed and built to do just that scoring 45 on the Department of Energy’s E-scale. This means they are 55% more energy efficient than the 2006 International Energy Conservation Code.
These homes differ in many ways from the modern designed homes, which are often associated with green building, many of the new breed of green homes lack the whole house approach to green building and simple look at incorporating green features such as; bamboo, Energy-Star appliances, and drought tolerant landscaping. Rose doesn’t add decorative elements but instead chooses to approach the building process from a holistic or whole house approach, integrating each phase of the building process to increase the overall comfort, performance and livability of their homes.