Gallery: Gorgeous Eco-Lodge Built on Flathead Lake in Montana

The Tree House also functions as three additional guest rooms and a large seating area downstairs, which can open up to the outdoors through a large sliding barn door.

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  1. ScaiacS January 21, 2011 at 8:44 am

    I’m interested in Rocio Romero’s LVL series homes, trying to learn as much as I can about her process. The foremost question in my mind–because of my firsthand knowledge of New England winters, temperatures, and ice–is: Will there be a problem with the roof drainage system? I ask because of how the roof drains are positioned. They’re enclosed behind the skin of the house, with the intakes positioned at the roof corners just behind the parapet. I just can’t see how they won’t accumulate ice dams. So, are they super insulated, heated…what? Or does it even matter? Thanks, ScaiacS

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