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Trending on Remodelista: Kinder and Gentler

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Trending on Remodelista: Kinder and Gentler

January 20, 2023

Remodelista’s latest book, The Low-Impact Home, is all about designing homes (and living our lives in them) in a more sustainable way. This week, the site continues the theme.

Photograph by Alice Saunders, from Unplugged: A Couple’s DIY, Totally Off-the-Grid Cabin in the New Hampshire Woods.
Above: Photograph by Alice Saunders, from Unplugged: A Couple’s DIY, Totally Off-the-Grid Cabin in the New Hampshire Woods.
Photograph by Eric Petschek, from Remodeling \10\1: Everything You Need to Know About Passive Houses.
Above: Photograph by Eric Petschek, from Remodeling 101: Everything You Need to Know About Passive Houses.
Photograph by Kine Ask Stenersen, courtesy of Ask og Eng, from Steal This Look: An Unexpected Bamboo Kitchen in Oslo, Norway.
Above: Photograph by Kine Ask Stenersen, courtesy of Ask og Eng, from Steal This Look: An Unexpected Bamboo Kitchen in Oslo, Norway.
Photograph by Eric Petschek, from Kitchen of the Week: A Designer’s Deconstructed Sonoma Kitchen from Reclaimed Parts.
Above: Photograph by Eric Petschek, from Kitchen of the Week: A Designer’s Deconstructed Sonoma Kitchen from Reclaimed Parts.

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