The goal for this super efficient, off grid home was to create a farm-like "old" home. It had to look like it has lived on the land for ever, and also to look like it has grown with the family throughout the generations. I think this home really captures that feel! Because getting hydro to this site is not reasonable, we had to carefully design the building to be as efficient as possible to keep the solar electric system as small and affordable as we could. I'm not sure what
The Bragg's had this cottage renovated a few years ago. But now the call of the north is a little stronger and they want to make beautiful L'Amable Lake in Bancroft their home for a larger part of the year. The hill is quite challenging to navigate and so the new additions will allow them to enter the new upper floor directly from the parking level. They can then make their way to the lowest level all from the interior. This new addition will also allow them to take better ad
This off-grid home on Eel's Lake is getting a new 3 car garage with bedrooms and media room above it. They are also adding decks around much of the home and we rearranged the stairs and entries to make them function more smoothly.
The Rutledge's are starting to build their home this spring and will be doing a lot of the finish work themselves. They will tackle the timber entry frame as well as the interior heavy timber false work.