Mashomuck house, green roof, luxury villa, timber facade, floor-to-ceiling glass, Blaze Makoid Architecture, green architecture, sliding panels, native plants

The 5,000-square-foot residence includes four bedrooms, TV den, home office and a screened porch. The first floor houses an open-plan living space while a two story, glass curtain wall and bridge connect bedrooms on the second floor. Sliding panels of the floor-to-ceiling glass wall that open up onto a wooden deck integrate indoor and outdoor spaces.

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Mashomuck house, green roof, luxury villa, timber facade, floor-to-ceiling glass, Blaze Makoid Architecture, green architecture, sliding panels, native plants

The architectdesigned the second floor roof deck with a green roof featuring native plant species that can withstand dry, sunny weather. The green roof also helps maintain stable indoor temperatures by absorbing heat from direct sunlight.

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