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Spring & Summer Containers
Spring & Summer Containers
Smalls LandscapingSmalls Landscaping
Tropical foliage in containers allow hanging baskets and containers to take over your back deck to add the feel of a backyard paradise!
Jekyll Island renovation 1204-02
Jekyll Island renovation 1204-02
Kevin M. Higgins, Architect. P.C.Kevin M. Higgins, Architect. P.C.
This 1960s ranch was transformed into a spacious, airy beach cottage -- ideal for its laid-back Jekyll Island setting. Contractor: Wilson Construction, Brunswick, GA
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RUSTICASA | Casa do Brezo | Paredes de Coura
RUSTICASA | Casa do Brezo | Paredes de Coura
RUSTICASARUSTICASA
La estilización llega a su paroxismo con el modelo Coral de Rusticasa® © Rusticasa
Casita de Tierra
Casita de Tierra
Casa de TierraCasa de Tierra
Our pioneer project, Casita de Tierra in San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua, showcases the natural building techniques of a rubble trench foundation, earthbag construction, natural plasters, earthen floors, and a composting toilet. Our earthbag wall system consists of locally available, cost-efficient, polypropylene bags that are filled with a formula of clay and aggregate unearthed from our building site. The bags are stacked like bricks in running bonds, which are strengthened by courses of barbed wire laid between each row, and tamped into place. The walls are then plastered with a mix composed of clay, sand, soil and straw, and are followed by gypsum and lime renders to create attractive walls. The casita exhibits a load-bearing wall system demonstrating that thick earthen walls, with no rebar or cement, can support a roofing structure. We, also, installed earthen floors, created an indoor dry-composting toilet system, utilized local woods for the furniture, routed all grey water to the outdoor garden, and maximized air flow by including cross-ventilating screened windows below the natural palm frond and cane roof. Casita de Tierra exemplifies an economically efficient, structurally sound, aesthetically pleasing, environmentally kind, and socially responsible home.
Annalisa at Mediterra
Annalisa at Mediterra
London Bay HomesLondon Bay Homes
The Annalisa is a 4 bedroom, 4.5 bathroom maintenance-free Estate home in the neighborhood of Cortile. With its outdoor living areas and other spaces the Annalisa features more than 7,800 square feet of total living space, including a great room with a butler’s pantry, 2-car garage in addition to a detached 2-car garage. This is a fully furnished model home with pool, site premium, and many other upgrades. Interior design selections and decorating services are provided by Romanza Interior Design. Image ©Advanced Photography Specialists
Old Naples, Private Residence
Old Naples, Private Residence
Harwick HomesHarwick Homes
The multi-step metal roof, wood framed entrance, and mulit-lite entry doors make this an architecturally interesting façade. The crisp white trim paired with the light yellow walls are fresh and welcoming.

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Purdum Residence
Purdum Residence
Cooper Johnson Smith Architects and Town PlannersCooper Johnson Smith Architects and Town Planners
The architectural vocabulary draws upon British Colonial precedents in the West Indies with masonry-stucco walls, a standing seam metal hip roof with a kick at the eaves, a wooden balcony supported by wood brackets on the more public street facade, and a wooden gallery atop hefty masonry columns framed with wood brackets on the more private waterfront façade. These features have been developed and refined over hundreds of years to accommodate comfortable living in the Caribbean and have evolved into a living tradition of beautiful vernacular architecture that is, as a result, truly sustainable. The covered outdoor spaces in conjunction with the protected courts, deep overhangs and operable wood shutters provide a sustainable home that respects the context and climate, maximizes energy-efficiency and minimizes environmental impact. The simple massing and layout of this house with its simple and flexible spaces can accommodate many different family types and lifestyles and can even change uses as market demands change over time. These characteristics together with a timeless elegance and beauty support the firmness, commodity and delight required for truly sustainable living.
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