Sustainable treetop home

High design meets LEED-certified sustainability in the Marin County hills

upper level floor plans

Floor plan: Upper levels

The floor plans for the second and third floors

What is LEED-H anyway? 

Launched in 2008, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design for Homes is a rating system for green building administered by the U.S. Green Building Council. From the use of low-flow faucets to the diversion of construction waste, each project is rated in eight categories, earning points toward a LEED-H level of Certified, Silver, Gold, or Platinum.

This house got points in the “awareness and education” category, for instance, because Scott created a website pointing out the features of LEED homes.

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