This alternatively-constructed ICF home employs some of the most cutting-edge sustainable building practices in the industry. Energy efficiency and indoor air quality is a top priority, so the energy systems include hydronic radiant in-floor heat, heat recovery ventilator and spray-in icynene insulation. It will also be the first home in the Olympia area to receive at a LEED silver certification.
Professionally designed in its entirety, this 2400 square foot home considers patterns of lifestyle, sustainability, inter-connectivity to the site, and aesthetics. This project invokes a strong sense of character, from its uniquely intentional visual layering and capturing of breathtaking views to its carefully composed palette of colors and materials.