When developing the plans for this imposing residential building in concrete, steel, glass and composite siding, Michael Fitzhugh Architect left nothing to chance. The result is a sustainable home that elegantly blends function, comfort and aesthetics.

 

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The interiors exhibit a surprising design, with the double-height living room being the most spectacular. According to the architects, the project comes with “an innovative geothermal heating and cooling system along with its own hydroelectric power generator which uses rainwater, geothermal water and gravity to generate power for the house. 

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