Green Luxury Lodge: 2006 BALA Award Winner

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The Built Green Home demonstrates a luxury lodge with the latest in energy-efficient technology. Built in Suncadia, a four-season resort community, this custom-built home comes equipped with durable, sustainable and low-maintenance materials. This house also demonstrates green building within nature.

February 01, 2007

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The Built Green Home demonstrates a luxury lodge with the latest in energy-efficient technology. Built in Suncadia, a four-season resort community, this custom-built home comes equipped with durable, sustainable and low-maintenance materials. This house also demonstrates green building within nature.

The builder recycled all construction waste. The use of insulated concrete forms and metal roofing helped cut down on the amount of raw lumber used. The use of pre-finished shingles and flooring reduced the amount of toxic chemical release into the home, too.

Project Name: The Built Green Home at Suncadia

Location: Cle Elum, Wash.

Designer/Architect: Richard Fisher Architects, Seattle

Builder: CMI Homes, Bellevue, Wash.

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