Gallery: Small Solar-Powered House Sits Amicably Amidst Olive Groves in...

Two scientists bought a piece of property in Sonoma so that they could become more involved with the locavore movement. Since they were interested in olives, olive oil, beekeeping, honey and gardening, the couple set out to build the perfect retreat to facilitate their agricultural projects. Cooper Joseph Studio helped them design a stunning small residence on the 25 acre parcel that would enable them to live lightly on the land. Powered by an on-site solar system, the home is built to take advantage of the climate and the site and is surrounded by an olive orchard.

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1 Comment

  1. dcmetrocentric August 2, 2011 at 8:04 pm

    Beautiful architecture to match the great landscape!

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