Loblolly House in Architectural Record

Every year Architectural Record does its Record Houses issue, their pick of the most interesting houses of the year. The most Treehugger friendly is of course the Loblolly house, which I cannot be effusive enough about, with its offsite construction, piers instead of basements, and use of off-the-shelf components. There is also a stunner in Hawaii by James Cutler, an concrete cube in Chile and some other overly large but interesting dwellings out in the country. More when they become available online.

Previous posts on Loblolly House here and here