The M-22 sustainable home design from Michael Fitzhugh Architect is a gorgeous one that finds home atop the West Grand Traverse Bay in Michegan. The cosy house was constructed from a variety of materials, including steel, concrete, composite siting and glass, although the residence fits right in with the natural surroundings of the area.
As well as looking like the M-22 house could blend right into the terrain, the house also includes a number of sustainable systems to make sure that it truly treads lightly on the natural environment. The house incorporates systems like geothermal heating and cooling, and puts rainwater as well as geothermal water to keep the house running. From the interior, the house has stunning views to take in Northern Michigan.
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