A beautiful rustic, yet refined environmentally-friendly home design by 2e Architects. This home produces as much energy as it uses - it's a self-sustaining home.
Welcome to our gallery featuring the beautiful Net Zero home designed by 2e Architects.
Designed for clients Judy and Craig, this brand new home has been designed top-to-bottom with their preferences and environmentally-friendly mentality in mind.
This home is a Net Zero home, meaning that the energy consumed by the home is equal to the amount of renewable energy it produces.
These homes can have a reputation for being uncomfortable and undesirable, but this home is built to live in–and built to live in very comfortably. The beautiful, spacious kitchen seen above has all the most desirable features of a luxury kitchen, and yet is completely environmentally-friendly.
The interior design of this home is a balance as well–between rustic elements and more refined, modern elements. The home sits on 10 acres, and has room for the owner’s greenhouses and ponies.
The home is large enough to host guests, but when there are none, the rooms are kept out of sight and the home feels just as full as before, in contrast to a home where all the bedrooms are in the same area. The home also has an orchid room, home office, and a sleeping porch.
We hope you enjoy this spacious, green home.
The front exterior of the home shows the unique architecture, with multiple levels. Parts of the home are in stone and masonry, while others are a more contemporary siding. The roof of the home is nearly completely covered in solar panelling.
Around the right side of the home is a flagstone path through the grass to the backyard, which has a small patio beneath the extended roof.
The kitchen is the jewel of this home, with a dining room in the same open space. The room is light and bright, with a series of large windows on the right. The kitchen island has textured cabinet doors facing the dining room.
Around the corner from the island is the rest of the kitchen, including the high-end ovens.
The view over the dining room from the kitchen island shows the fireplace that is open to both the dining room and the living room beyond.
The entrance to the dining room from the hallway highlights the smooth, easy-to-clean floors and the gorgeous granite of the kitchen island.
Behind the half wall of the dining room the various windows continue into the living room, which has a small set of seating in red and chocolate brown leather.
Each of the windows has a handle to be opened, allowing breezes into the home to be customized to the occupant’s liking.
On the second floor, the master bedroom has a lovely quilt and more of the same windows as on the main level.
The spacious master bathroom has gray granite countertops and an enclosed soaking tub. The sinks are separated by custom hardwood cabinetry, with a towel cabinet in between.
A closer view of the custom cabinetry that also highlights the beautiful tile flooring.
The walk-in closet of the master bedroom is very rustic in design, with pine custom cabinetry, bead board, and iron fixtures.
The staircases in the home are more on the modern side, with glass railings and lighting under the railings.
One of the other towers of the home also has a small patio, and a balcony that connects to the master bedroom.
Another view of the side of the home, showing the natural setting of the home, from the wildflowers to the acres of forest beyond the backyard.
The rear of the home, showing the row of windows in the living room, dining room, and kitchen, along with the stone fireplace and facade.
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