Charles Rose Architects unveils solar-powered and green-roofed barn home in Martha’s Vineyard
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Charles Rose Architects unveils sustainable "Farm House" on Martha's Vineyard, MA. The island's vernacular architecture comes easily to mind to many, but the tradition of modernist homes on Cape Cod and the Islands—designed by some of the most notable architects of the 20th century—is impressive. The firm's work in this region seeks to extend this legacy, and in doing so, embrace sustainable technologies. Our farm house employs a green roof and photovoltaic panels in an effort to tread more...
Charles Rose Architects’ latest work brings a modern aesthetic to Martha’s Vineyard that incorporates elements of the island’s vernacular architecture. The handsome barn-inspired home is one of many projects the Somerville-based firm has completed in Martha’s Vineyard. To minimize its energy footprint, the timber-clad structure is topped by rooftop solar panels and a beautiful green roof.
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