Green Style: The Ross Street House in Madison

Green Style: The Ross Street House in Madison

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Mar 30, 2010

The Ross Street House in Madison, WI was designed by Atlanta-based architecture firm Richard Wittschiebe Hand, and was recognized as Wisconsin's first LEED for Homes Platinum-rated residence in July 2009. The wood-clad house is positioned to take in as much winter sun and summer shade as possible for passive cooling, with the windows naturally illuminate the open-concept living area.

Additional eco-sustainable features include water conserving dual-flush toilets, low-flow faucets, VOC-free paint and adhesives, a tankless water heater, rain-water recycling system, and photovoltaic panels above the garage.

See more about RWH Design here.

Via: Trendir

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