After watching some “Extreme Homes” on HGTV I was inspired to look into green homes, which can truly fuse innovative elements into a cohesive, utilitarian design that truly astounds – at least based on what I found from a bit of research and lanetgreen.discovery.com. Anyhow, hope this goes over well with you, the readers:
World’s Greenest Homes travels to New York to view a spectacular upstate retreat nestled on 28 wooded acres that features a green dome home with floor-to-ceiling windows, gourmet kitchen, and a spaceship-like exterior that rotates to make the most of the sun’s rays.
Then, it’s off to Tunquen, Chile to see a family home with gracious, modern interiors, huge windows, and sprawling decks on three levels. This luxurious home is completely off the grid and offers breathtaking views of the ocean below. It took only six hours for this traditional-looking pre-fab home to be assembled in one of the most sought-after areas in the city. This home generates more power than it uses, blends perfectly into its beachside neighborhood, and features his and hers master suites, lakefront views, and a low-maintenance lawn.
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