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Trending on Remodelista: The Low-Impact Home

October 7, 2022

Congratulations to the editors of Remodelista! Their newest book, The-Low Impact Home, arrived in bookstores Oct. 4 and to celebrate its release, the site devoted the entire week to eco-conscious design. Here are some highlights.

Above: A tiny home built with truly sustainable materials (hemp, cork, rubber, linoleum, and the like). Photograph by Shantanu Starick, from The DIY Tiny House Made from Hemp: A Community-Built Mobile Home from Common Knowledge in Ireland.
A call to switch from gas to electric for cooking (yes, that appliance above is an induction stove!). Photograph by Stephanie Füssenich and Nathalie Mohadjer, courtesy of Flammarion and Gesa Hansen from Coming Home to Nature. See Remodeling \10\1: Farewell to the Gas Range, Welcome to the World of Induction Cooking.
Above: A call to switch from gas to electric for cooking (yes, that appliance above is an induction stove!). Photograph by Stephanie Füssenich and Nathalie Mohadjer, courtesy of Flammarion and Gesa Hansen from Coming Home to Nature. See Remodeling 101: Farewell to the Gas Range, Welcome to the World of Induction Cooking.
A London-based architect retrofits his old house to passive house standards. See the results in The Low Energy House: \10 Ideas to Steal from an Eco-Conscious Retrofit of a \1907 Townhouse. Photograph by Lorenzo Zandri.
Above: A London-based architect retrofits his old house to passive house standards. See the results in The Low Energy House: 10 Ideas to Steal from an Eco-Conscious Retrofit of a 1907 Townhouse. Photograph by Lorenzo Zandri.

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