Making environmentally friendly choices in our day-to-day lives is important, but they can’t stop there! Traveling sustainably should be considered when planning your next vacation too. Here’s a list of sustainable homes that you will love and Mother Nature will appreciate.
DOWN TO EARTH… This home has values deeply rooted in an eco-conscious celebration of nature, culture, and community. Its materials were locally sourced, and the property practices sustainability with rain water catchment, grey water filtration, and irrigation systems.
RAW & RICH… Though composed of earthy materials like rustic flagstone, plank floors, and raw wood ceiling beams, this restored 18th-century farmhouse retains a classy opulence with copper accents and chocolatey hues.
CIRCULAR STYLE… This unique home abandons boundaries and opens entirely out to nature, reframing one’s relationship to the environment. Curved glass walls thrust inhabitants into the forest, creating a completely immersive experience.
LEADER OF THE PACK… This award-winning home received the highest energy efficient rating possible thanks to its solar, insulation and ventilation systems, as well as a purifying vertical moss garden.
ECO-COMFORT… Designed to meet the latest sustainability and eco-energy standards, this modern penthouse apartment takes full advantage of the alpine environment for maximum simplicity, tranquility, and comfort.
BEAUTY IN BALI… Relaxed yet elegant, this magnificent complex captures the best of the surrounding ocean, volcano, and rice paddy views, as trade winds cycle through the grounds to naturally cool the entire property.
A MOSSY MARVEL… As a former inn for local plant workers, this industrial-chic restoration honors those green roots by
employing innovative and recycled materials in conjunction with sustainable practices.
NOT YOUR AVERAGE TREEHOUSE… Bunk with the monkeys and parrots at this teak wood and bamboo treetop sanctuary. With solar power and UV water systems incorporated into the design, this home is truly in harmony with nature.
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