This post is from GOLOGIC Homes blog (click HERE)… what great design vision and thought for the environment. These plans are amazing! So sharp!
Build Like This: A Simple Approach to Building a Super-efficient House
by GOLOGIC HOMES
Mar 5, 2013
This month GO Logic is featured on the cover of Fine Homebuilding Magazine’s special winter issue focusing on Energy Smart Homes.
GO Logic’s 1,000-square foot, one-bedroom, two-bath residence, House on a Knoll, in Bath, Maine – completed back in 2011 – was among the homes featured in the publication.
The article discusses six key elements to building a super-efficient home: insulation, ventilation, windows, air-sealing, thermal bridging, and thermal mass.
The highlighted pre-designed home demonstrates how this approach toward high performance works hand-in-hand with comfort, flexibility and aesthetics at a low cost.
To read the entire article, check out Fine Homebuilding Magazine’s Winter special issue on Energy-Smart Homes, or get a preview of the article here.
Photos courtesy of Brian Vanden Brink.
This post was from the GOLOGIC Homes blog (click HERE)…
8 thoughts on “GOLOGIC 1,000 sq ft plan, too cute!”
This would be perfect for a winter home here in Charleston or Mount Pleasant. Dream on!
Wouldn’t it! This sweet house maybe on a nice waterfront piece of propert (hee, talk about dreaming…) they’re all so cool!
Praying that you have a quick recovery Barbara! Lee
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Lee, how wonderful are you?! Well thanks to your prayers I’m doing a bit better… Food is staying down (yay!) appreciate your prayers so much!
So cute – I could go for a green house like that !
Feel better soon ….
Me too! I can picture it on that sweet lot on Rebellion, hee hee, talk about dreaming! Thanks Christy!
Get well fast, I love you and I will take that cottage too! Lov ma