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Architecture Student Green Home Project

 
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Hey! I'm an architecture student completing a small green home build for independent credit. I'm looking for a site and just resources and advice from more experienced people. This is a link to what I've been working on so far, it's not at all curated so take it for what you will.
https://hhprecedent.tumblr.com/tagged/process
 
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Hi Claire,

Where are you trying to do this project?

Jason- Assoc. AIA
 
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Hey Jason,

Honestly anywhere I can find a site. I live in Baltimore now so have been looking east coast. But have also thought about Michigan and Colorado because of friends and family. So long story short I don't know yet.

Thanks so much for the interest! I was surprised to get a response!
 
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Is Maine too far?
 
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No not at all!
 
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Ah, we're in Seattle, I have a site for something very similiar to what you have planned but it's been backburnered so I thought it might work out! Good Luck
 
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Claire Moriarty wrote:No not at all!



If you want you can Private Message me and we might be able to work out the details. I have always said...and not jokingly...that I live in the Permiculture Capital of the World, and this aligns with what we are planning for our farm. We are a sizable farm so locating it idyllically would not be difficult.
 
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