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My company is unique in many ways. One service we offer is total destruction of original, outdated, ineffecient house. The trick is the materials that are salvageable. Those that aren't are recycled. We have been zero trash since we started three years ago in 2017. The old materials end up mostly usable. Eliminating outdated architecture like crawl spaces & attics decreases material needed.

Clients love the balance of design, maximizing vertical space & affordability. There are enough people doing this that the competition is rather intense sometimes. Separation is achieved by going above in beyond. We are building, natural resource, recycling, landscape(& horticulture), design & environmental experts. We offer solutions to problems you never thought of.

Public education is a key part of community, so we show learning tours of sites, as well as host presentation events; here one learns what's new in sustainabke architecture.

Our m.o is treehouses. Their the hot new thing. Some folks are even tearing down their first house in favor of a treehouse with several stories. The yard space that opens up is pretty substantial. The sunlight that frees up is amazing. Look me up in 2020. I'm sure a bunch of people can join me in my adventures.

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Comment by Jane McGonigal on March 21, 2010 at 5:20am
Treehouses! I love it. Have you seen this "Inside the Ultimate Treehouse" video? Maybe your firm will design these in 2020?... http://archinode.blogspot.com/2006/10/youtube-tree-house.html
Comment by Kelly on March 21, 2010 at 5:38am
Tree houses are amazing. Great use of resources and space as well.
Comment by Edrian on March 21, 2010 at 6:36am
I love tree houses.!
Comment by Massive Attack on March 27, 2010 at 9:33pm
Hell ya I just read it earlier today
Comment by Shakwei Mbindyo on March 28, 2010 at 8:31pm
+1 Creativity. Did you know that the Queen of England was at her honeymoon in a tree house in Kenya - the now famous Treetops -when her father the King died and she became the queen.


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