I just got back from taking interior pictures of the the Crimson Bluffs Home and couldn't help myself from taking some exterior pictures of how nicely the siding is weathering. This home is basically like land camouflage. From a distance you
This week on Facebook we're celebrating windows! Everyday we're discussing a different aspect of window design. If you're not on Facebook, don't fret- you can join our celebration here on our blog. We start our celebration with this quote from architect
I've been wanting to write an article for a while that is a general overview of various green building terms, energy systems, and strategies. I've found that as green building is becoming more popular, green jargon is seldom defined clearly
Images along the way to finishing Quinn Creek, winter has set in and the final touches and finishes are being built by Josh and Charlie. As they say most of the hard lifting has been done at this point but
We at Greenovision are excited to be working on a new design for a home that will be built on Quinn Creek Road, just outside of Bozeman. This is a 2500 square foot passive solar home (plus garage) that that
Written by Mark Pelletier and Emily Varmecky. Edited by John Burbidge. Think of the most beautiful and uplifting home you’ve been in. What did you remember most, the builder’s material contributions—the granite counter tops, the walk-in closet, and the bathroom vanity?
Why design and build smaller homes? In America, historically there has been plenty of space to work with, which has set up the paradigm that 'big is better.' Currently, the norm in selling homes is by advertising floor plan square-footage and