This home with multiple energy efficient solutions sits prominently in Portland

This home has great curb appeal, with a slightly set back garage, and a curving path that wraps around the gardens.

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This home in Portland, Oregon, combines contemporary architecture with high performance sustainable design.

 

This home in Portland, Oregon, combines contemporary architecture with high performance sustainable design.

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The home, designed by , has many energy efficient inclusions, like radiant floor heating, a large dedicated solar panel area on the roof, and a geo-exchange heat pump.


Dark brick contrasts with the white stucco and wood panels.

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The home has been designed in a simple L-shaped plan, placing the main living and gathering spaces in a separate wing from guest and master bedroom spaces.


This home has been designed in a simple L-shaped plan, placing the main living and gathering spaces in a separate wing from guest and master bedroom spaces.

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Just off the pool is the kitchen, with an island large enough to seat four people.


This wooden kitchen has an island large enough to seat four people.

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In the dining area, natural light floods the space from the windows on either side of the home.


In the dining area, natural light floods the space from the windows on either side of the home.

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There’s a large grey brick fireplace that can be enjoyed from the inside of the home, as well as from the outdoor area.


This a large grey brick fireplace can be enjoyed from the inside of the home, as well as from the outdoor patio area too.

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Wood, white marble, and playful glass tile have been used in the design of this bathroom.


Wood, simple white marble and playful glass tile have been used in the design of this bathroom.

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Leading you up to the roof terrace, are some cantilevered walnut stairs with a glass safety railing.


Leading you up to the roof terrace of this home, are cantilevered walnut stairs.

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At the top of the stairs there’s a ‘view box’, a small area where you can sit inside and enjoy the view.


At the top of these stairs is a 'view box', a small area where you can sit inside and enjoy the view.

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Outside, there’s a rooftop terrace with views of the surrounding area.


This home has a large outdoor patio area on the top floor.

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Also on the roof is a large area dedicated to solar panels.


This home in Portland, Oregon, has a large area of the roof dedicated to solar panels.

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The home is Certified LEED for Homes Platinum. The project incorporates a geo-exchange heat pump, under-floor radiant heating, triple glazing, LED lighting, exterior blinds to control heat gain, rainwater recovery providing potable water, a 10 KW array (solar panels), solar pool heating, and a storm water .


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