Loom Home is an substantial renovation of a 1960s northwest-design residence on Bainbridge Island, Washington, made by the Miller Hull Partnership.
The Loom Property is regarded as the most sustainable in the environment, via achieving Living Setting up Obstacle certification, web beneficial electrical power and h2o, foodstuff manufacturing, and a rigorous elements Red List. A photovoltaic program on the south house provides electrical power for the total residence, and battery storage assures resilience. Rainwater cisterns and a gray water procedure technique makes sure methods are conserved.
The 297-m2 (3200-sf) home is fully renovated to enhance the constructing envelope, delivering techniques and supplying up-to-date interiors, while protecting the unique architecture of the residence. A new, 67-m2 (725-sf) detached carport and storage area is included to the home. It also incorporates personalized furniture and furnishings created of all-natural components crafted by neighborhood artists generating a cozy interior.
The landscape is made up of plantings of Japanese maples, flowering trees, rhododendrons, and azaleas. A new walkway curates a route as a result of the 61-m (200-ft) tall evergreens about an set up of all-natural stone in a dry stream mattress arrangement. A wide range of edible berries, vegetables, and a foraging forest offer agriculture for the property.