Gallery: OLD STONE HIGHWAY HOUSE: Modern future forward design

 
Interior of the Highway House

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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