Modern massing is paired with natural materials to create a home that balances clean lines and open spaces with traditional materials. While the house is quite modern in appearance, the shake siding and gridded windows make the home feel warmer, and are a gesture to the historic homes in the surrounding neighborhood. Wentz Design worked together with their clients to prioritize functionality within the modern aesthetic, while also ensuring the house feels at home with the older residences on the street.
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LEED for Public Awareness Article, by Chuck Lohre, Green Cincinnati Education Advocacy.
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The Green Home Tours are sponsored by the following companies:
Cincinnati Modern, David Smith
Green Building Consulting, Paul Yankie
Green Cincinnati Education Advocacy, Chuck Lohre
HVAC Design Partners, Jeremy Begley
One Small Garden Planters and Sheds, Juliann Gardener
Solar Energy Solutions, Julie Jones
Third Sun Solar, Geoff Greenfield