Gallery: OLD STONE HIGHWAY HOUSE: Modern future forward design

 

Founded in 2001, Berg Design offers gorgeous sustainable solutions to residential projects. Their Old Stone Highway house was designed by John Berg as a “Single Family Residence with Environmentally Low Impact Building Technology”. We totally dig their uncompromising approach to housing that is luxurious, super green, and chock full of mid-century charm.

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  1. lrice32 July 4, 2008 at 6:51 am

    I agree with Mitrov about the supports and teh cinder blocks. The industrial chic really doesn’t go with the more elegant wood work and polished concrete. I love the first floor layout though. I wonder what construction costs would be for something of this size today…

  2. mitrov April 9, 2008 at 11:47 am

    Great. I like the window walls. Kinda scary looking in that it looks like its holding up the second floor.
    I could’ve done without the cinder block piers and chimney. Brings it down a notch.

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