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Overlooking West Grand Traverse Bay in Northern Michigan, the M-22 Home sits alongside the highest of a ridge and combines a contact of rustic with clear trendy strains to mix in with the house’s surroundings. With Michael Fitzhugh Architect on the helm, the home reveals itself, very similar to the views found as soon as the again of the ridge has been ascended.
The residence nestles in completely on the lot and from every room, a connection to the encompassing panorama is felt. The sensation can also be helped by them using supplies that have been impressed by the weather.
The house’s exterior is made up of concrete, metal, composite siding, and expanses of glass, breaking apart the massive exterior types.
They included geothermal heating and cooling methods mixed with its personal hydroelectric energy generator that makes use of rainwater, geothermal water, and gravity to generate energy to run the home.
A sunken dwelling area sits inside a room that has double peak ceilings. The suspended hearth make fairly the assertion with the tremendous lengthy vent.
The inside is open and spacious with large walkways and enormous panels of glass. The partitions and ceilings downstairs are white however the second flooring ceilings are coated in wooden making a little bit of coziness. How good is the purple Togo couch from Ligne Roset?
The sunroom is all concerning the outside with home windows framing the unimaginable view.
I really like the wooden they used all through, serving to to heat up the fashionable area.
Pictures by Dietrich Floeter Images.