As of late, Seattle has developed into a burgeoning center of sustainable design with plenty of exceptional green architecture and design popping up. The stunning Mount Baker home is one more example to add to the growing green list. Designed by PB Elemental Architecture, the Mount Baker Residence is a sexy green abode that showcases some cutting-edge sustainable design technologies.

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The 3,600 sf Mt Baker property is composed of four bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, and an extra one-bedroom apartment complete with its own patio. A large living room and a two-car garage seal the deal. PB Elemental Architecture designed the home with some great sustainable features such as radiant heat concrete floors, low-VOC paints and sealants, CFL Lighting and dual flush toilets. In terms of architecture, the house is designed to emphasize the expansive presence of each space with different types of interior wall/floor finishes in each room.

A beautiful example of modern architecture, the Mount Baker Residence strikes a stunning profile while setting a strong standard for sustainable design.

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