World’s First LBC Home

Symone Garvett introduces the three-unit Desert Rain residential compound.  Comprised of a 2300 square foot main home (“desert rain”), 500 square foot studio (“desert sol”), and a 750 square foot, upper-level, one-bedroom apartment (“desert lookout”), this project is the world’s first fully certified, residential, Living Building.  See Symone’s full article>

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Innovation Day 2017

Principal Designer Al Tozer serves as a Facilitator at Innovation Day 2017.  Throughout the day, Al led 15 small-group discussions […]

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World’s First LBC Home

Symone Garvett introduces the three-unit Desert Rain residential compound.  Comprised of a 2300 square foot main home (“desert rain”), 500 […]

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Net Positive Energy + LBC

Patrick Sisson discusses net positive energy and the challenges of waste water recycling at Desert Rain.  Recently awarded full Living Building […]

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Water Conservation

Senior Editor Joann Gonchar’s continuing education piece on water conservation features Bend’s own Desert Rain House, the world’s first Certified […]

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Ethos Magazine

University of Oregon Student Reporters visit Central Oregon to talk deep green architecture.  Photographer Hetta Hansen and Writer Claire Rischiotto […]

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HIVE 50

At the second annual HIVE Conference in Los Angeles, we were honored to be listed – along with Elon Musk […]

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Fine Homebuilding

Senior Editor, Kiley Jacques, profiles our landmark project Desert Rain – the world’s first residential project to earn Living Certification […]

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Architizer/LaCantina National Award

Top prize in the 2019 Architizer/LaCantina Design Award competition goes to High Desert Butterfly – our showcase of biophilic design […]

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